Win a new iPad

To celebrate the relaunch of GP magazine, we are giving you the chance to win an iPad with Retina display.

One lucky GP will be selected at random to win a 32GB WiFi iPad worth £479.

The latest iPad features the stunning Retina display, a 5-megapixel iSight camera that can take pictures and record videos, and ultra- fast WiFi functionality.

How to enter


  • Closing date is Friday 30 November.

Key features

Retina display makes everything look crisp and lifelike, thanks to its 3.1m pixels. According to Apple, it's the best mobile display ever.

The new A6X chip inside the iPad is up to twice as fast as the previous generation and delivers twice the graphics performance, without sacrificing battery life. In addition, WiFi is also up to twice as fast as any previous generation iPad.

You can record HD video and the 5-megapixel iSight camera features an illumination sensor, for great pictures by daylight or candlelight.

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