Several people agreed that the Apple iPad (3rd gen) was able to connect to the internet. Allan Jones said in his Apple iPad (3rd gen) review on Amazon four years ago “The connectivity with the Internet is quick and there is no delay in browsing”. Five years ago Bywoodland said on Amazon “It's slick and a great internet media tool” but in spite of that they rated the product 3 stars. Jon & Michelle gave the product a rating of 5 stars and mentioned on Amazon last year “I didn't have infinite Internet and calls on my phone I would get one that took a SIM card, as it is I just make my phone a hot spot”.
A number of customers who reviewed it reckoned that it was wifi compatible. Five years ago Bigflat gave it a rating of 80 out of 100 and wrote “I use VPN with university network and it logs on to my hospital network wifi with no problems”. In the same month Busb mentioned on Amazon “I decided on the base model with no 3G - I use my 32GB 4S to tether when I'm away from home that works fine over WiFi” in their review of this tablet and scored it 80 out of 100. In the same month D. Diep scored this tablet 5 stars and wrote in their review of this tablet on Amazon “A lightning port instead of the usual Apple port, faster wifi and LTG/4G coverage”.
A number of people who bought this tablet reckoned that it had email functionality. Happybooks said “It makes emailing a joy” in their review of the Apple iPad (3rd gen) and rated the Apple iPad (3rd gen) 5 stars. Four years ago John said “I'd use it for pleasure (eMail, watching films or playing the odd game” in his review.
One customer who reviewed it thought it was good in terms of connectivity. Bigflat wrote “The iPad continues to have amazing connectivity” in their review.
One Apple iPad (3rd gen) reviewer who bought it reckoned that it had network functionality. Charmkin said in their review of this tablet “Replaces the PC for many tasks, such as checking emails, browsing, social networking and shopping” but in spite of that they only gave the product a rating of 3 stars.