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Ipad 2

Discussion in 'Chit Chat' started by Dunlap 1, Jul 21, 2011.

  1. Dunlap 1

    Dunlap 1 Big Dog

    I'm looking at purchasing the iPad 2. The 2 main places I will be traveling are Louisiana and Tennessee, who would be the better carrier? Verizon or ATT
  2. AGame

    AGame CH Dog

    verizon expesially if you are going to be in tennessee but if i were you i would get something besides the ipad2
  3. Dunlap 1

    Dunlap 1 Big Dog

    Thanks, What else would you suggest? I like the iPad 2 but when I'm getting home, there supposed to release an iPad 3 or something like that.
  4. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Top Dog

    Love my ipad2 I wouldn't trade it for any other tablet on the market.
  5. AGame

    AGame CH Dog

    Motorola Xoom is all i have to say compare the 2
  6. davidfitness83

    davidfitness83 Top Dog

    Honestly it all comes down to preference. I am not a programmer or a computer genius. Android let's you customize a lot of stuff to some people that's great, to me the simpler and smoother the better. With android you have to get an app killer or all this stuff will be running in the background waisting yor battery. With the iPhone you don't have to it comes built into the operating system. The IPads IOS is very smooth and I have never had it crash once, I get about 9-10 hours of battery and in my opinion the ipad2 is just a beautiful piece of machinery. I have my newborn monitor connected to it, I watch Netflix, I surf the boards with it, I can do anything I want for the most part without having to bust out the MacBook.

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