How many pixels does the display have on the iPad 3

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The third generation iPad screen has a 264 pixels per inch for a total 3.1 million pixels in a full color IPS screen. It is reported to have 44 percent more saturation than the IPS technology Apple was using previously. We love hearing your questions!



How much does the iPad 3 cost

The third generation iPad screen has a 264 pixels per inch for a total 3.1 million pixels in a full color IPS screen. It is reported to have 44 percent more saturation than the IPS technology Apple was using previously. Chill with !

What colors does the iPad 3 come in

A 64 gig third generation iPad costs $699. A 16 gig iPad is available for $499 and a 32 gig will cost $599. If you want 46 LTE connectivity, those prices will increase to $629, $729, and $829. The iPad is available for preorder as of March 7, 2012 and will be in stores March 16. We love hearing your questions!

Does iPad 3 have retina display

Yes, Apple’s iPad 3 does have Retina Display. Did you know Google Nexus is trying to compete with the iPad now? !



5 Responses to “How many pixels does the display have on the iPad 3”

How many pixels is Playstation 3?

By bagfullofrice July 25th, 2012 at 14:35:04
 

The screen is 2048×1536, so it has 3,145,728.00 pixels.

By DJDarknez July 25th, 2012 at 17:44:14
 

Laptop video chips struggle to support 2048×1536? Are you kidding? IBM was making 15″ Thinkpads with 2048×1536 displays in 2004. Laptops can’t game at that resolution, but much of that is because the games are targeted at computers with mu…http://www.quora.com/iPad/Why-does-everyone-think-iPad-3-will-have-2048×1536-display-if-even-recent-laptop-graphics-chips-struggle-to-support-this-resolution-let-alone-render-3D-games-in-real-time

By JaniU July 25th, 2012 at 20:57:15
 

Change your display to 32 bit or higher.

By stephenNYC July 25th, 2012 at 23:12:29
 

What does ’176×220 pixel TFT display’ mean? How does this differ from 128×160 pixels / 65k TFT display? Please help…

By bullzeye July 26th, 2012 at 02:17:01
 

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