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PowerPage Podcast Episode 157 - The iPad 3 has landed

Our initial reactions to the iPad 3, the Retina display, Verizon vs. AT&T, LTE vs. 4G, "Heatgate" and a healthy dose of our favorite apps.
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Written by Jason D. O'Grady, Contributing Editor on

PowerPage Podcast 2012 logoPowerPage Podcastepisode 157 ("The iPad 3 has landed") is now available for your listening pleasure:

In this episode Rob Parker and I discuss the arrival of the iPad 3 and our initial reactions to the Retina display, LTE vs. 4G, Verizon vs. AT&T, "Heatgate" and a healthy dose of our favorite apps.

Here are some of our favorite apps for the iPad 3:

Jason

  • Touchgrind BMX ($4.99, App Store) – Multi-touch BMX game with gorgeous 3D graphics, realistic physics and natural controls.
  • Barefoot World Atlas ($7.99, App Store) – Interactive 3D globe that allows kids to explore the earth and learn facts about different regions.
  • Daedalus Touch ($4.99, App Store) – Gesture-based text editor for the iPad with a beautifully minimalist UI and DropBox syncing.
  • ...and the games I mentioned in my iPad games roundup (Sky Gamblers, Modern Combat 3, Real Racing 2 HD, Infinity Blade II and Flight Control Rocket)

Rob

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