Ever since Apple unveiled the new iPad, the Cupertino company has been strongly emphasizing the significance of the new Retina display which previously only came with the iPhone 4 and 4S had. Seems like there might be a big benefit for iPad users who like to read on their iPad as suggested by some experts.
According to one Optometrist and the editor of All About Vision, the Retina display display on the new iPad does cause less strain on eyes while reading as compared to the previous iPad models.
A key factor in something that’s called computer vision syndrome, or just eye strain from computer use, is screen resolution. The new iPad, with twice the resolution of the iPad 2, 264 ppi (pixels per inch) instead of 132, people are going to notice less pixelation, especially in a small typeface. It’s not just an enjoyment issue or an aesthetic issue, but it’s definitely a visual comfort isue, over time.
One can say that Apple just added the screen as they had nothing more good to add to their third generation iPad and also if one keeps in mind the display of Kindle, the Fruit giant would thought to step up its game in its display section.
So if you’re a BIG READER, the new iPad is the perfect Tablet solution for you (i.e if you intend on spending a huge amount of money on a slightly improved Chinese product that you already own!).