jolie11 said:@bluerob as said, if you bought your iPad, then you could try returning it since it is well within the return window and upgrade to the iPad 4 when it's available.
Mate, when I spoke with the retailer today after hearing about the release of an IPad 4 ( he claimed that he hadn't heard about this??) and I quote "I'd consider taking it back if it was in its original packaging and then, I'd think again about exchanging."
Is it possible that the IPad 3 is just old IPad 2 in stock that were refurbished with a bit more whatever's inside of them and sold as IPad 3? Just asking a question here.
I'm a newbie to the Apple world (I bought my first Apple product last year - an IPhone 4S). When I was working (I no longer work thanks to a spinal surgeon that has stuffed me - yep legal action underway) and we always had Blackberry devices and laptops/desktops that were all Microsoft based. When I was in hospital I was listening to a new generation Walkman (no tapes) and had no real interest in IPods.
I'm just disappointed that after having an IPad 2 and wanting to get the latest IPad, I find out that what I bought isn't the latest IPad.
I bought from a major retailer in Australia that makes you walk through a furniture area before you get to the electronics area so you end up getting a $4,000 lounge suite that the wives adore...(not too keen on naming companies, but those people who live in Australia will work it out).
This retailers attitude is no returns, unless in original packaging.
In my previous life, if you shafted someone, see you in court.....