First Photos Taken by New iPads’ 5 Megapixel Camera and Native Apps!

By on March 14, 2012

Just after revealing first unboxing video of new iPad, Vietnamese site now has pushed out some more interesting stuff about native retina enabled apps on new iPad. To make the whole concept obvious how native apps appear on Apple’s 3rd generation  iPad, they  posted some screenshots for our consideration.

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The size reports that Apple has upgraded its all native iPad apps to support new retina display and the sizes of these Retina-enabled apps have been increased about 2.5-3x the size of their original equivalents.

These applications are developed by Apple has been upgraded to support the Retina screen, for example with Keynote (iWork software sets), this application previously only 115MB capacity but its latest version is 327MB. Numbers from 109MB or 283MB up to, from 95MB to 269MB Pages, iMovie from 70MB to 404MB.

It should be noted that though the existing iPad apps are automatically pixel-doubled to adopt the full screen on the new iPad, but emerge obviously less sharp than native Retina graphics.

The site has also pushed out a set of photos they captured by the new iPad’s 5-megapixel camera, in another post. These photos show a distinct and significant upgrade from the iPad 2′s 1-megapixel camera. Here’re a few photos for your viewing pleasure.

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Apple is going to launch its 3rd generation iPad “new iPad” on March 16 at retail stores and some Apple lovers have begun to start lining up to put their hands first on new iPad.

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