Apple's new iPad tops Consumer Reports' ratings

   Apr 3, 12:41 pm

Washington, Apr 3 (ANI): Despite early concerns about excessive heating on extensive use, Apple's latest third generation iPad has topped Consumer Reports' tablet ratings.

"The high-resolution screen of the new iPad establishes a new benchmark in excellence, providing the best rendering of detail and color accuracy we've ever seen on a tablet display," Consumer Reports said.

"As a result, the iPad tops our new tablet ratings," it added.

The organization gave the tablet the highest score yet for color accuracy, CBS News reports.

"The new iPad's 2,048-by-1,536-pixel display is so impressive that Consumer Reports says they have 'recalibrated [their] standard of excellence for tablet screens'," the report said.

Consumer Reports also said the 5-megapixel camera, dependable 4G connectivity and longer battery life are the features that 'contributed to the excellence of the tablet'.

Earlier, there was much speculation that Consumer Reports would not recommend Apple's new iPad when after the organization posted results of a heat test that had the tablet heating up to 116 degrees. (ANI)

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