Random Tidbits and Snippets When the new iPad became available, much like its predecessor Apple gadgets, the rumor mills worked overtime in telling folks that there might be differences between your grayscale units. The most persistent rumor was that the white version in the Pad was thicker compared to the black one. Thus, there are a number of people who considered selling iPad online so that they could purchase the thinner model. Many prefer iPad hard cases, news since these offer really sturdy and secure protection to the gadget. They can be made out of metal, hard plastics plus a variety of other materials at the same time. Youll find that scratches, bumps, dings, and many types of other mishaps can be a thing of the past. Different colors, designs and styles can be purchased, along with snap-on iPad hard cases its possible to leave the protective case on and still access all of the buttons, ports and jacks. Jelly Bean reviews have been positive thus far. The improved performance includes faster and smoother response. Sync timing for many animation and drawing has been extended. Moreover, graphics buffering has become tripled, and the strategy is more responsive, anticipating a users finger movement. To decrease latency, CPU input has been boosted. The notifications bar now shows additional information, so notifications could be accessed and never having to open the actual app linked to the notification. Widgets is now resized plus a user can dictate information even if offline. Of course, to rival Apples Siri, Jelly Bean features a voice command that lets users inquire in Google Search. They will then dictate back the answers. Although, the applications that were developed for iPhone could also develop iPad but there are numerous differences in both devices ad thus the output may be further increased if those self same apps are especially created for iPad. The screen size is way bigger than the iPhone along with the graphics are stronger, to match these differences it is advisable to work with applications which are designed for iPad only. 4. No computer necessary: Maybe you wouldnt like anything you do in your Kindle being connected to your personal machine. Perhaps you wouldnt like to finagle with yet another software that only freezes up your screen. If thats you, youll need the 3G Kindle, not the Apple iPad. The Apple iPad takes iTunes to own, that is a pain on any PC. It also requires a computer or Mac link with even allow your first use. But not the Kindle!