Tuesday, May 30, 2017

North Korea introduced its own tablet called "iPad"


Recent rumors have promised exciting iPad releases this year, but none of them warned us about the Ryonghung iPad. That could be because it was not made by Apple, but by a North Korean company that decided to use the same name for its proposal - with marked differences - a rough design and horrible specifications.
North Korea does not have access to Apple devices for obvious reasons, but its citizens can use computers and gadgets that are seriously blocked by the government. The government even has its own operating system called Red Star which is inspired by OS X.

North Korea has its own version of the iPad

For those who need more mobile computing, there is now an "iPad", which as advertising says, can carry out a number of functions such as reading different digital information sources, office work and documentation and also has more than 40 applications .
The device is powered by an anonymous quad-core processor with a speed of 1.2 GHz, 1 GB of RAM and a miserable internal memory of 8 GB, although that is probably all that is needed for only 40 applications. You can also access the Internet as long as you do not try to do anything fun.
Apple has previously sued third-party companies using the iPad name, but it seems unlikely that it will waste its time chasing Ryonghung, as it in no way attempts to counter sales of the original device. To make matters worse, this is not the first time something like this has happened in North Korea; In addition to its own operating system inspired by MacOS, the country its own version of Netflix, which allows citizens to enjoy national productions centered on loyalty to the government and the family of the "Supreme Leader."
However, the country's leader, Kim Jong-Un, has been seen using an iMac for his day-to-day activities, of course a totally original one.
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