To Ninja You probably do not have the EA scrabble app. it is not possible to get same options on iPad 3.
iPad 3. Purchased the iPad 2 then compared it to the screen of a family member's iPad 3. Reading text on the screen was like night and day. The text was very clear and easy to read on the iPad 3, without the need to zoom in. Text seemed a bit fuzzy on the iPad 2. My eyes didn't strain while reading text on the iPad 3, in comparison to the iPad 2. I returned the iPad 2 for an iPad 3, and have been happy ever since.
I also like the voice dictation feature on the iPad 3 as well.
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If u r buying 1 st time thn ipad 3 s best option..(.if it is in ur budget)...becuse now already ipad2 is out of date compare to 3...so y to buy out of date product whn latest its avil in front of u..with bunches of new feature and power pack performance...go for it u will love it
I had the same choice and after looking at both I went for the iPad 3. The screen is what did it for me. Also there was only about £100 between the two.
I would have gone for the iPad 3 but money was tight. I got an apple refurbished iPad 2 for £399 instead of £559 for the iPad 3.
Found it hard to justify the large price difference for my particular needs.
The iPad 2 will do just fine for you. You should have time to get familar with it before the drool factor sets in for the 4th generation iPad.
No one has mentioned it but to me the dictation feature is worth the extra money and upgrade from 2 to 3. The dictation feature is just
very convenient and quite the timesaver. I'm dictating this right now and can dictate so much faster than I can type.
iPad 3...don't even think about others...seriously.
Is this iPad 3's screen visibility that much greater than the two?