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Welcome to the iFad 3

Welcome to the iFad 3

Last week, the latest addition to the family of Apple products was unleashed to the world: the iPad 2. Many were dazzled by the announcement and the video showing off the new(er) hotness, but all were not as thrilled like the first time. A mixed bag of fanfare and criticism ushered the release of the iPad 2, as fervently blogged by tech-geeks and Apple fans alike. Most notably of all the new features of the new iPad 2 is its instant ability to render the first oh-so-amazing iPad 1 virtually obsolete, despite it still being warm from flying off the shelves and being last Christmas' hottest gift.

In an effort to curb any more animosity towards our friends at Apple and help you, the consumer, from being disappointed over shelling out hundreds of hard-earned dollars for another must-have device, only to have the next best thing come right out as soon as the first one is done charging, we thought we would chime in on all the ballyhoo with a sneak-peek at the NEXT version of the phenomenon that we call the "iFad."

Created by Alexander Flores


Last week, the latest addition to the family of Apple products was unleashed to the world: the iPad 2. Many were dazzled by the announcement and the video showing off the new(er) hotness, but all were not as thrilled like the first time. A mixed bag of fanfare and criticism ushered the release of the iPad 2, as fervently blogged by tech-geeks and Apple fans alike. Most notably of all the new features of the new iPad 2 is its instant ability to render the first oh-so-amazing iPad 1 virtually obsolete, despite it still being warm from flying off the shelves and being last Christmas' hottest gift.

In an effort to curb any more animosity towards our friends at Apple and help you, the consumer, from being disappointed over shelling out hundreds of hard-earned dollars for another must-have device, only to have the next best thing come right out as soon as the first one is done charging, we thought we would chime in on all the ballyhoo with a sneak-peek at the NEXT version of the phenomenon that we call the "iFad."

Created by Alexander Flores
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