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An Apology to My Readers, Regarding iPad 3

In the previous iPad article Where I reviewed iPad prior to seeing it, I praised it as a go-to tablet. Even in the case of you owning iPad 2, I recommended an upgrade.

Well, now that I saw it, I take my word back. If you do own iPad2, getting the new iPad is a completely redundant investment. Now, I will be getting the new one, because my family is in a need one of another tablet in the household. I still believe it’s the best tablet around, it just kinda disappointed me on the screen quality. They oversold it 🙂

The problem is the fact that I expected iPhone quality retina, but that is not the same retina that we have on the new iPad.

So my I will correct myself, get the iPad 3, in case you want a new tablet and don’t have any of the previous ones. If you already have an iPad 2, wait for iPad 4. Simple.

Brian Djordjevic
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5 responses to “An Apology to My Readers, Regarding iPad 3

  1. there is a revolution going on in my office. the guys are really in agreement that 7 inch tablets are the way to go and not many went for the 10 inch ipads.

  2. I did not have the iPad 2- had the original iPad and found the upgrade more than worthwhile. The display is visually better and the other additions – the front camera and particularly the 4G LTE connection sealed the deal.  I too was a PC guy since the first IBM PC and have mostly switched to Apple – current go to machine is a 13″ MacBook Air.  I have installed Windows on the MacBook Air as a couple of items I use regularly – particularly Sperry Software’s Send Individually – are not available for the Mac operating system.  I would be remiss if I did not mention the Belkin keyboard case for the “New” iPad.  Unlike the keyboard case I had for the original iPad the Belkin has a much more solid feel and most of all has a right shift key.  It is hard to overstate the frustration for a touch typist when instead a right shift key you have the up arrow and the +/- key. The keyboard is detachable from the case to allow for more comfortable adjustments.  I still us the PC for a couple of things but fairly rapidly the migration to the Mac is more and more complete.  My Apple collection is complete as my phone is an iPhone.

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