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Apple IPad2. ~ Sydney Release today

Updated on November 21, 2011
At 8am this morning, the doors flung open at Apple stores and eager customers poured in to buy the iPod maker's latest touchscreen gadget. Some, like Rahul Koduri, 22, first in line at Apple's George Street store in Sydney, waited patiently outside f
At 8am this morning, the doors flung open at Apple stores and eager customers poured in to buy the iPod maker's latest touchscreen gadget. Some, like Rahul Koduri, 22, first in line at Apple's George Street store in Sydney, waited patiently outside f

IPad Sydney release today

Apple IPad2 - Sydney released today- Alleluyah! Well today in Sydney marked the much anticipated release of the IPad2 into Australia. After days if heavy rain after the heavens opened now it has all cleared for the release of the Apple IPad2. Thank you ball boys thank you linesmen.

Tensions boiled over today when a syndicated camera man & photographer were manhandled albeit unnecessarily when they were covering the release of the IPad2. You would think that Apple and their 'Public Relations Honcho's' would supply more friendly personnel to monitor the line up of public who are their waiting heaven forbid for Apple to open the doors to get their hands on the Apple IPad2 most of which has already been paid for.

As we quickly approach the start of the Major championships one has to Be forgiven for using the relevant metaphors when posting on blog sites. Who will win Wimbledon Federer Who will win the French Open Federer Who will win the US Tennis Open Federer. Who will win the contest between Amazon Kindle and Apple iPad or Borders eReader. IPAD of course event though it has it's shortcomings(don't we all ) it easily use of its touch screen more than out performs its opposition do far in fact it is so far ahead it's not funny. It's like Federer at Tennis and Woods at golf (prior to November). The release was delayed from April after( massive demand or a marketing technique) we are told in the United States where it is reported that over a million of these latest gadgets have been sold. We are told by greater minds than ourselves that they are set to revolutionize the way in which we receive our information. No longer we are advised will we have to go to a newsagent or bookshop to get our reading material it will be available immediately online via the Internet reader which is the IPad2. As well you can do a lot more stuff like play more of the cursed video games. drat !

p.s. Already I have an avalanche of email's about the IPad2 release... How do they know I want one and or have not got an IPad already? From the Major Department Store David Jones & Myer

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      Ethel Smith 

      8 years ago from Kingston-Upon-Hull

      Better not say I want one then :)

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