Apple's iPad 2012 - everything you need to know

Wait, it's not the iPad 3 or iPad HD?

After months of waiting, Apple have finally released the latest version of the iPad this week. The iPad 3, you say? Oh no. Apple have christianed their new tablet the Apple iPad 2012.

Whether you're an Apple-ite keen to know about the iPad's new features or wondering how the iPad 2012 can benefit your business, this is the place to be.

Here's a quick close-up look at the Apple iPad 2012's hardware in pictures, from Retina Display to iSight Camera.

For you specs-hungry fans out there, a complete break-down on the new iPad's many improved features.

Why Apple's iPad AX5 chip processor might not be transferrable to its other products like the iPhone, as the previous versions of the chip have been.

A myriad of reasons why the new iPad is really good for enterprise IT.

Always wanted to use remote-desktop on your tablet? Well the iPad 2012 is the most user-friendly yet.

BYOD is all very well, but with such high specifications, the new iPad could lead to WiFi congestion very quickly.

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