I would like to hear people's thoughts on the iPad 2 as many of us bought the original iPad only a while ago.
I was a bit shocked when the iPad 2 was released so quickly!
Tha it's expensive and I can't afford it. And I'm not so surprised that it was released so quickly as it's marketing face is slowly passing away from cancer and no doubt wants to see his creations doing well in the world.
Don't be too shocked, Apple's always fired out products in a timely fashion as they did with the iPad and iPad2. But in any case, the iPad2 is definitely better than it's successor from a technical standpoint, however, I don't think that it will make a difference for most of the users out there.
The iPad 2 does have a lot more computing power and it seems to be handling online games a lot better than the original iPad.
I really like it but unfortunately I already have the original one I brought a year ago as an early adopter and I really enjoy using it in my daily activities. I agree with Kshankin with his comment. This why I am hoping Apple will change the screen on the next Ipad to the Retina-Display. Then I will buy the next Ipad with that improvement.
It's almost better than the original, but I am still not tempted to buy one. Again I will see what iPad 3 has to offer.
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Tt's a big improvement over the first iPad in just about every way.
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