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iPad Wi-Fi vs iPad 3G: Visual Differences
Posted By SimplyMax On January 29, 2010 @ 4:29 pm In All,Hardware | No Comments
The only one obvious difference with WiFi  edition is a black strip of plastic on the back of the device. It extends to the top and is also visible from the front of the iPad . This patch is necessary for 3G signals to reach the internal antennas.
Such detail leads us to a question - is it possible, that iPad 3G will have better WiFi access parameters than the regular iPad? As it is known that iPod Touch  also has a plastic patch that helps WiFi signal to reach the internal antenna.
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