iPad Vs iPad 2 : Which One To choose?

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  1. Man29

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    Well iPad 2 is now out and it's have some great changes and features which we are missing first generation! I was today reading a blog about iPad Vs iPad 2 and it was simple comparison but informative one, here is link:

    iPad Vs iPad 2 : Which One To choose?

    Which should be best? I'm noob but expert's comments is good for me to choose to have current want or go for new one!
     
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  2. Stefx

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    Ipad 2
     
  3. SporkLover

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    iPad 2 with it's dual core processor is more future proof.
     
  4. gmaines

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    IPad 2. Love it.
     
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    The iPad 2 is the best of course but the iPad 1 is by no means outdated. It will get full support, updates and so forth, for a long time yet.

    The iPad 2 has the same screen resolution so no worries there. The biggest differences to me is the iPad 2 has a faster processor but if you never use the iPad 2 you won't notice anything, the iPad 1 is mighty quick. The weight and thickness is not THAT much difference but again it'll only seem like a big deal if you only use the 1.

    Price! The refurb iPad 1's, for the 16 gig wi-fi, only are running $349 I think. Or close to that. The refurbs have the same warranty as new, has a new battery and outer casing which is all that matters.

    You can only get a refurb by ordering it from the Apple website and the availability comes and goes but it shouldn't be a long wait to get one.

    I just looked and they have them right now... http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/specialdeals/ipad/wi_fi ...but only the 32 and 64 GB. $429 and $529 which means when they have the 16's they will be $20 less than I said above at $329! A great deal!

    Here are the +3G's...
    http://store.apple.com/us/browse/home/specialdeals/ipad/wi_fi_3g
     
  6. iPad Crazy

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    2. or 2.or you might want to think about 2.

    But seriously…both are great, but I'm really enjoy version 2 even more.
     
  7. briankeith513

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    It is never good to get the previous year's version of an electronic device, as the current model will obviously have more longevity because it will get more software updates and it has the latest technology. If money is the issue, then yes, get the iPad 1.


    Sent from my iPad 2 using Tapatalk
     
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    And the answer is...iPad 2
     
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    We have both, but I can honestly say the ipad2 is much faster. The camera issue to me is a mute point as I never use the camera.
     
  10. totemynote

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    It's a great idea money wise to get the 1 and hold it until the 3 comes out though. And really, the 1 will get all the same updates and so forth as the 2 until at least then and longer.
     

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