iPad Screen Resolution

iPad is a form of mobile personal computer in a tablet that was designed and distributed by Apple Inc. Since its debut in April 2010, Apple has since released many version of iPad to the market. The iPad Screen Resolution when it once introduced is a 1,024 x 768 pixel with a 7.75 x 5.82 inch display. It utilizes the touchscreen technology and the iPad screen has a scratch resistant type of glass. The iPad screen is built based on a multi-touch screen that does not requires any stylus and can be used with your fingers.


However, with the newer model such as iPad and iPad Air, the iPad screen resolution is based on retina display with a 2048 x 1536 resolution at 264 pixels per inch (ppi). For iPad mini, the screen resolution is also based on retina display with a 2048 x 1536 resolution at 325 pixels per inch (ppi). All iPad version of the retina display has the fingerprint-resistant oleo phobic coating. This will avoid the smudge on your iPad screen due to the usage of your fingers to the iPad screen. The iPad screen resolution based on retina display. If you are not familiar with Retina display, it is a brand name used by Apple for screen resolution that have a higher pixel density. The retina display is now being used for many Apple devices such as iPhone, iPod, iPad and MacBook. With Retina display, a high definition viewing can be experienced by Apple users who wants to have a high pixel density in their iPad screen resolution.


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