Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iPad 3 Forum' started by kaka222, Mar 9, 2012.
That's definitely not how apple intend it!!!
I went with white because I think it looks good. Also, I have a white itouch and I don't see smudges/dirt that much.
I have a black iPhone 4 and it's been through hell! But i can't see a spec of dirt on it.. and it allows me focus 100% on movies without distraction, even when those movies have been 'letterboxed' that's why I ordered a black iPad 3
Black. Less attention on the frame and more on the content. But really, it doesn't matter since my cover will cover it up anyways.
Black, but my cover hides the bezel anyway.
Sent from my iPad2 32 3G Black
The 3rd Generation will be my first non-black gadget (ever I think!).
This is my first time getting white, it looks stunning
With the new display.
My iPhone was black. My iPhone (2nd gen.) was black. My iPhone 3g was black. My iPhone 3gs was black. My iPad 1 wifi was black. My iPad 1 wifi + 3g was white. My iPhone 4 was white. My iPhone 4S is white. My new iPad is white, and is currently sitting in Nashville, TN probably listening to some good music and drinking a beer at Tootsie's or the Wagon Wheel. I'm so jealous.
Seriously though... having had both colors I prefer the white. My white devices have never shown dirt or smudges any more or less than the black devices. Neither was better for reading, viewing videos, playing games, or using any other app. It all comes down to an aesthetic preference. Mine is white. I think it looks clean and hip. Apple's signature color is white. I don't know why, but white apple devices make me happy... they give me the warm and fuzzies. Isn't that all that really matters??
Have I mentioned that I'm ready to get my new iPad?!?!?!
OK...so this really made it to a 4th page...again...WOW....
Apple = white...it has always been..from the original lisa to the i mac...so iPad white looks more APPLE rather than black which looks like any other tablet out there.
Sent from my iPad 2 white 64 gb (ios 5.0.1) using iPF