I was given 2pcs of iPad4 Demo version 16GB Wifi for evaluation to find out how they can be adapted to special education purposes. Out of the box, created accounts and got the devices going. Internet use - worked ok. Various other programs and games that were pre-installed seemed to at least display what can be done with them. Two 9-year old kids have tested the deviceÂ´s and generally they are easy to operate - to a certain extent. The real trouble occurred when I tried to take photographs - they did not stay in the memory when iPad was turned off. Same happened to video clips. The most fantastic thing was that it was possible to take clips that lasted maximum 15 seconds and not more. To make things even merrier, these events happened in a place where there was no Wifi connection available to store the pics and "videos" anywhere. You cannot destroy demo pics, demo albums of course. If you ask me, at the moment s**t - cr*p - iPad is how I feel about these good-looking expensive no-good tinkering toys. As comparison a Samsung tablet that is also in use has never ever lost pictures or videos and the limitation of a single video clip is far longer than 15 secs... How on earth can I get this demonic demo and all the uninteresting demo pictures and videos away from these iPads? Additionlly can the video camera be put to store more than 15 secs of action and store the videos as long as the user wishes?