This weekend, TiPb offers a great comparison video showing the Safari browser improvements in the iPad 2 over the original iPad. As we know, the original iPad came with 256MB of RAM and the iPhone 4 featured 512MB of RAM.
RAM aside, the iPad 2 also features an improved dual-core A5 processor as compared to the original A4 single-core processor found on the Original iPad.
With the lack of RAM in the original iPad, and processing power, many believed it was the lesser RAM that caused the original iPad’s browser pages to reload/refresh the pages when moving through web sites.
As seen in the video, it seems that the iPad 2 is able to cache additional Safari pages so users can navigate between pages without delay.
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