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Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by ipoding, Jan 2, 2011.
I'm contemplating selling my ipad before ipad 2 release. Anyone else?
No I love my iPad ,and it does everything that I want it to do, I will not be upgrading to the newer model because it is smaller, i like the size and feel of the iPad, the only time I would upgrade is if it were the same size and the memory upgraded to 50 gb
It won't smaller, apple will build 10" second gen iPad's...
If you want to buy the iPad2, yes, I would say the time to sell is RIGHT NOW. Because if they announce the full specs at CES this week, no doubt more people will hold out for the iPad2 and demand for the original will go down significantly.
From what I am hearing, Apple "will be conspicuously absent" at this years CES. I will let you all know in a few days. CES is January 6-9 and I will be there.
And Superbike is 100% correct in the value. We watched this happen with the iPhones and iTouch among various other devices.
Nope. Just got mine a month or so ago, and quite happy with it. And got it knowing the next one will be out in a few months. For those who want to get iPad 2, there will be a market to sell the first. Plenty of people will be fine buying a used first generation one that is only a year or less old. You'll likely get a better price selling now, but then if you want to be without yours for a few months, that's the tradeoff.
And I did read a blurb today that Apple won't be at CES.
Well, we all know Apple does its own announcements anyway.
Why would you sell it now without even knowing what features the new one will have or when it will come out?
Dude, you have like 6 months.
I totally agree with 1991-C4. What if iPad II is worse for you than iPad I?
Please explain how it could get worse? The thing doesn't have any "features" to begin with. It would be difficult for them to take away from nothing.
The apps and iOS are what make the iPad what it is, the device itself doesn't really have anything special going for it. It can only get better.