Following our earlier unboxing and comparison gallery for Apple’s iPad mini, iLounge has just posted a full unboxing and comparison gallery for the fourth-generation iPad to Flickr.
Our photos spotlight some of the subtle changes that have been made to the packaging and new iPad, including the new Home Screen image and icon arrangement on the front of each box, the newer package’s replacement of the iCloud logo with a second Apple logo, and both the front camera and Lightning port tweaks to the iPad’s body. Interestingly, Apple has reduced the size of the front camera hole despite having improved its resolution, and removed the rear capacity designation from the iPad’s back, consistent with the new iPad mini. The photos also show that Apple now includes a 12W USB Power Adapter with the iPad, as well as a Lightning to USB Cable, and a very limited instruction card.
A review of the fourth-generation iPad will be posted in the near future.