John has posted his comprehensive review of Apple's new iPad 3. Here is an excerpt:
Since my last review, the applications have gotten better. Many applications have gotten better, fully supporting iPad screen natively, in a single app built for both the iPad and IPHONE platforms.Companies like Microsoft finally brought out an OneNote client for iPad, and it is a step forward. They still need some work on the app to bring it to where it needs to be for a tablet application. Other applications that I use Teamveiwer, LogMeIn, Blackboard for College, NetFlix, iTunes University,iBooks, IMO.IM, DropBox, Dragon Dictation, and several PMP apps, MobileRSS and EC Council apps. Maturity in the app market has definitely come, with room to grow. Microsoft Office for the iPad is still something that is highly desired and wanted, by many including me. I still have not spent anything on any apps, I am getting close to purchasing one, but not there yet. A minor issue is the App updates, sometimes there are 2-5 a day every day, and sometimes twice a day. I thought it was bad in the early days with MS updates, but it seams every time I look there are updates to install.