Apple iPad MD367LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi + AT&T 4G, Black) 3rd Generation



Apple iPad MD367LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi + AT&T 4G, Black) NEWEST MODEL

Product Features

  • 9.7 Retina Display; 2048 x 1536 Resolution
  • Apple iOS 5; Dual-Core A5X Chip with Quad-Core Graphics
  • 5 Megapixel iSight Camera, 1080p Video Recording
  • Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n) + AT&T 4G LTE; 32 GB Capacity
  • Up to 9 Hours of Battery Life; 1.46 lbs

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3 Replies to “Apple iPad MD367LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi + AT&T 4G, Black) 3rd Generation”

  1. Predictably Remarkable. The best tablet in its 10″ class. I was able to secure the new iPad at our local Apple store, but I also got to spend some time with a review model beforehand. In any case, I’ll take you hands-on with the new model, plus I’ll share my experience from my past two years of iPad ownership altogether, especially for those who haven’t yet had an iPad to call their own. I’ll also reveal a treasure trove of info on how you can legitimately download tons of quality apps and games for free, in hopes of making this the most helpful iPad…

  2. Good, but … I’ve been a big iPad fan and was waiting anxiously for the third generation to come out. I bought the original iPad, and when the 2 came out, I happily sold the 1 and upgraded. I was thrilled with the thinner, lighter and improved iPad 2. So naturally, when word came out that the third one was about to be released in March 2012, I was right on board to buy one. Sold my 2 and preordered the 3 from Apple the day it was released.I was hoping the third gen wouldn’t be noticibly…

  3. Should you upgrade from iPad 2? Should you buy a new 4th-gen iPad instead? UPDATE November 2012As you know, Apple has just discontinued this 3rd-generation model and replaced it with a 4th generation iPad. This is good news if you’re a buyer. You have the option of buying the newest iPad. But you have another option that I think is pretty attractive: buying a used 3rd-generation iPad at a much reduced price.The differences between the 3rd and 4th generation iPads are mostly minor and won’t affect the actual experience of using the device…

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