Slashgear has posted up a review of the 4th generation iPad. The iPad was blip on the announcement scale when everyone was anticipating the iPad Mini. The review points out this is a very minimal update with chip upgrade, new connector, and better front facing camera.
The third-generation iPad arguably didn’t need refreshing; in fact, if Apple hadn’t opted to change to Lightning, it could realistically have held off changing its largest tablet until early 2013, as per its typical yearly refresh cycle. That makes for a reasonably straightforward upgrade decision if you’re a 3rd-gen iPad owner. Unless you’re desperate for Lightning – perhaps you’ve also got an iPhone 5, and want to use all the same accessories rather than buy the adapter dongle – then we’re yet to see apps that really demand the potent A6X chipset.
read entire review HERE