Out with the old iPad in with new iPad
Tablets, unlike smartphones, have their own set of advantages and disadvantages. For example, for some people, tablets aren’t as portable as smartphones. On the other hand, they offer the user a wider screen for productivity and entertainment, most tablets also come with a larger battery, given the larger the tablet, the larger the battery which can be integrated into the tablet.
The 2012 iPad:
The late 2012 iPad was also known as the Retina iPad. Back in those days, the 4gen iPad was extremely popular and people were lining up at stores just to buy one. The 4th gen came with a lightning charging connector which made data transfer speeds quicker compared to the previous model. What’s more it came with a screen size of 9.7 inches – big enough to watch movies and play games comfortably. It is powered by Apple’s A6 processor rated at 1.4 GHz – back then it was considered a high clock speed.
Exterior design and screen resolution:
In regards to color options, consumers had the option to choose from a white bezel or black bezel design. The screen display came with 1536 x 2048 pixels’ resolution with great color contrast combination – certainly it was the best color resolution you could get back in 2012.
Camera and battery:
The back camera takes images at 5 megapixels with built-in autofocus and can record at 1080p at 30 frames per second. The battery has been rated at 2330 MAH, which was a little on the low side, so users weren’t expected to get a long battery life. However, all the above-mentioned specs were relevant for 2012, and since we are now in 2017, it’s likely that you may be trying to Sell Apple iPad 4th generation WiFi 64GB sprint for a good price. And believe or not, it is possible to get a great price for it, if you end up selling it a company that specialize in buying and selling smartphones and tablets.