This is a discussion on Are you buying the iPad 2? within the iPad 2 Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by DontUnderstandMyIpad Originally Posted by jthessin Not enough upgrades to warrant the purchase at this time. My dream is 128Gb and retina I ...
I got a Scoche VGA cable from Amazon for 25$ that works great. However I really got this for a 1st Gen iPod touch to play video and stream from AirVideo.
I got an Apple TV that handles all the TV video fun, if needed.
2 - 16GB WiFi iPads
32GB iPad Mini
I just got my Ipad last week (Bday gift from my wife) so I will be returning my Ipad tomorrow and will wait for the Ipad 2.
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As soon as I can scrape the money together.
This has the speed boost and cameras I wanted. Of course I'm gambling on the apps I want becoming available, but since most of them already exist for the iPhone 4 it's not much of a gamble.
Picked up an iPad wifi model a few weeks ago... after realizing the wifi model didn't have A-GPS, I sent it back.
I'll be getting a 3g iPad2 next week.
Mine is less than a week old. I could return it and get the iPad 2 but that seems like a hassle. I'm thinking that will cost more in time and hassle.
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2 x iPhone 4
1 x 32 GB iPad 3 w/4G LTE
Pass - in addition to my other issues with Apple, the lack of increased storage is a huge disappointment.
My gf, on the other hand, called to say she plans to have the new one by next week...
You had your entire life to prepare for today.
Just got mine as a bday gift in November. It does all need so I see no benefit in upgrading. Maybe next year when part 3 is released.
64GB, 3G newbie running iOS 4.2.
I don't understand the new camera additions at all. I would never use my iPad for taking photos, my Android Smartphone takes sufficient hi-res pictures with a flash should I need it. The ipad's form is too bulky to use as a camera.
What would have made sense was for Apple to put the hi-res sensor on the screen side for hi-res FaceTime. That would have made a lot more sense. Instead Apple has gone and followed it's competitors (who will offer much higher resolution sensors in their products). As it is I would never use the camera features and my iPad 1 does everything I need it to do brilliantly. Upgrading seems pointless unless you're a hardcore gamer.
iPad 3 wish list
1) High resolution FaceTime camera
2) Retina Display
3) 16:10 aspect ratio
4) True multi-tasking
5) Safari tabs
6) 4G support