Originally Posted by n2macs
The iPad uses cellular wireless. The Providers have different networks. Maybe the networks should all be the same frequency? It's not about the phones!
The Gobi chip provides CDMA and GSM/UMTS...
Originally Posted by quinney
If the only change was to double the resolution of the screen, could it still be considered (using a salesman's flexible semantics) an iPad2? They could sell boatloads of such a model during the...
I was fairly certain before today that there would be a fall upgrade. After seeing the "2011 - Year of the iPad 2", I am much less certain.
The one thing that still might make sense is introducing a premium product with...
Originally Posted by samab
The hardware is way ahead of the software for the ipad2. If the GPU is really 9x faster than the original ipad --- then it has enough horses to decode 1080p. But the ipad2 can only decode...
Originally Posted by Lorre
Cool incremental update. Nice jump in processor speed, looks promising for iPhone 5!
Other than that, nothing really revolutionary (not that that was necessary), but I guess this does leave room for...
Originally Posted by Bregalad
Gotta say having separate models for AT&T and Verizon is the one truly negative thing about iPad 2. When you buy a portable "computer" you should be able to use it with any wireless...
Originally Posted by addabox
Totally awesome dude. Widgets are much, much cooler than actual applications. You can recite the specs out loud to yourself while staring raptly at your home-screen while I'm editing videos and...
Originally Posted by RegurgitatedCoprolite
Not quite! iPad 1 should have had 500 GB of storage, 4 GB of RAM, 3 GHz quad-core A10 processor, etc.
You forgot it should cost only $19.99 and for a limited time you...
Originally Posted by ranger_one
I wouldn't draw any conclusions, it's probably right around the corner. CDMA probably adds additional development and QA overhead on this variant of the OS, and since the last tick was to Verizon,...