Apple’s fourth-generation iPad with Retina display sports many features, including an A6 processor chip, over three million pixels and a new FaceTime camera, among others. But, there seems to be some confusion as to how thin the new tablet is, with Apple posting on its website a depth measurement of .37mm. Which, in comparative terms, is the same thickness as four sheets of paper stacked on top of each other, or a single credit card.
But, as Cult of Mac points out, the new iPad has not undergone a radical update since its launch last month, in this instance it seems Apple merely published a typo.
The mistake has since been corrected on the company’s website, now quoting iPad 4 as being .37in thick.