Yes, he did. 7 inches is no more mobile than 10 in. iPad. It's still too big to fit into pocket. Plus 7 in. Doesn't display browser pages in full glory. 10 in. Does, therefore ideal. I wouldn't even want a 7in. One. I don't know why people seem to believe it's gonna be more portable. It's still too big for pockets.Originally Posted by tzimisce
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Apple have simply done their homework and said, "This is our visionary device, and we've designed it to be magical" and let it loose on the market - and people have decided.
I just sold my iPad 2 to go back to a $300 iPad . The difference are hardly noticeable . I had an iPad 1 before but returned it. So when I got my iPad 2 it was wow I really went through all the hassle just get a thinner iPad. I mean the iPad 2 is faster but not to the extent of me spending an extra $200. Which will get my iPhone 5. I got my 16 gig iPad from Verizon. Yeah I miss my iPad 2 but I love money I saved that will benefit me later. You really have to sit down and broke down the specs and your user interface with not somebody's on a forum preferences. Think about it a 64 gig wifi only iPad 1 $500 or 16 gig iPad 2 $500. Which is important to you more data or faster performance you decided.
Last edited by jhood2323; 03-29-2011 at 02:20 AM.
I have both iPads and the one thing to me that sets them apart is that the iPad 1 crashes while running big games. I can't stand to be playing a game or using an app and....CRASH, back to the homescreen. The iPad 2 has fixed this by having more RAM and better specs.
I was also tempted to upgrade when I heard about the iPad 2, but after reading reviews, I have decided not to after all, since the features in the iPad 2 are not really necessary for me, and anyway, I just bought my iPad 1 and so far, it has suited my needs very well.
Besides, most reviews have recommended waiting for the iPad 3 if you already have the iPad 1, which makes a lot of sense in my opinion.
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I Upgraded to the IPad 2 3G 32gb from the IPad 1 3G 64gb it's was a worth while upgrade as My wife got my first Gen IPad
If you are the only one using your current Pad and you don't need the extra speed and cameras then wait until the next version comes out then and enjoy your IPad.
Either way both IPads are great products
Totally agree, gen. 3 is the one to watch. I think that's what I'm gonna do with all apple products.Originally Posted by Aladyleyna
If you mostly surf the web etc. there won't be much difference. Other than not crashing, my iPad2 runs the apps from my ipad1 at about the same speed. Apps written to take advantage of the iPad 2 graphics power (1080p, widescreen, more detailed rendering) are just being announced. GarageBand is a good hint of things to come as running 8 tracks of instruments really taxed my iPad 1 compared to the seamless smooth operation of the new iPad.
I have been desperately trying to find an ipad 2. I have seen and played with ipad 1's and 2's.
There is no doubt the 2 is faster and better graphics but after researching and looking for apps i was planning on buying not many would take advantage of the new features.
So i am currently looking for a used ipad 1 and have found many for under 400 dollars.
I think it all comes down to if you will take advantage of the new features or not.