1. Designed4Him's Avatar
    I don't have bad eyesight I actually have perfect vision...I just don't see a difference I have the 4S and the iPad 2 and I listen to people say they prefer to read on the phone because of the retina. I'm just saying to me it doesn't make a difference and I can't justify the expense. I enjoy my iPad 2 all I do is read, surf the web, and play a few games. For me I wouldn't do it.


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    04-14-2012 12:18 AM
  2. Craig's Avatar
    With the price drop on the iPad 2 there is no reason to get an iPad 1st edition unless you can get one for like $200 or less. There is enough difference in the iPad 2 to make it worthwhile for the $300 base price.
    04-14-2012 03:05 PM
  3. rmm41486's Avatar
    I'm in this same boat, I'm trying to decide between getting a 32 GB iPad 2 or a 16 GB New iPad, not really sure which to go with. Any help?????

    P.S. I don't plan on putting any videos or music on the iPad

    Thanks everybody
    04-16-2012 06:53 PM
  4. Craig's Avatar
    If you're not doing music, video or you're not a photo editor or anything like that.. than certainly get the deal on the iPad 2
    04-16-2012 07:04 PM
  5. rmm41486's Avatar
    If you're not doing music, video or you're not a photo editor or anything like that.. than certainly get the deal on the iPad 2

    Either one of them is a deal since I'm getting either one for free with Viggle Points, Shopkick and reward zone certificates at best buy, Just not sure which to get
    04-16-2012 07:32 PM
  6. Craig's Avatar
    Either one of them is a deal since I'm getting either one for free with Viggle Points, Shopkick and reward zone certificates at best buy, Just not sure which to get
    You have answered your own question then.. if price is not he issue, there is no reason not to get the best one for your money. The iPad 2 is much nicer than the iPad 1 and if you're using points get the 2, as you won't be regretting your choice later. If you were thinking about an iPad 1 save your points and get one on CL for under $200.
    04-16-2012 08:42 PM
  7. rmm41486's Avatar
    You have answered your own question then.. if price is not he issue, there is no reason not to get the best one for your money. The iPad 2 is much nicer than the iPad 1 and if you're using points get the 2, as you won't be regretting your choice later. If you were thinking about an iPad 1 save your points and get one on CL for under $200.
    But I'm not debating between the first and second generation iPad's. I'm trying to decide between the brand new iPad third generation 16 GB or the iPad 2 32 gb
    04-17-2012 02:27 PM
  8. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    Either one of them is a deal since I'm getting either one for free with Viggle Points, Shopkick and reward zone certificates at best buy, Just not sure which to get
    I'm in this same boat, I'm trying to decide between getting a 32 GB iPad 2 or a 16 GB New iPad, not really sure which to go with. Any help?????

    P.S. I don't plan on putting any videos or music on the iPad

    Thanks everybody
    The iPad 3. If you're not using up much memory then go for it. You're gonna have better resale value on a 3 over a 2 despite the gigabyte difference.
    04-17-2012 02:46 PM
  9. rmm41486's Avatar
    The iPad 3. If you're not using up much memory then go for it. You're gonna have better resale value on a 3 over a 2 despite the gigabyte difference.
    How much memory are the retina apps taking up? I'm hoping a 16GB will be big enough I don't wanna have to go up another $100 bucks especially with our first child due next month
    04-17-2012 08:08 PM
  10. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    How much memory are the retina apps taking up? I'm hoping a 16GB will be big enough I don't wanna have to go up another $100 bucks especially with our first child due next month
    Not too many of the 3rd party apps are retina, yet.
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    04-17-2012 08:47 PM
  11. rmm41486's Avatar
    Not too many of the 3rd party apps are retina, yet.
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    So I should be okay with the iPad 3 16GB? I don't plan on putting music or videos on it
    04-17-2012 09:16 PM
  12. Hot94Z28's Avatar
    I have around 150 songs, 90 pics, 60 apps, and still have 8.3 GB available. All depends on games and stuff games can take a lot of space. I run like 5 games and delete ones I don't play anymore.
    04-17-2012 10:11 PM
  13. BreakingKayfabe's Avatar
    So I should be okay with the iPad 3 16GB? I don't plan on putting music or videos on it
    Yeah. Because I'm basically the user that you are when it comes to content we put in it.
    04-18-2012 12:37 AM
  14. c_hack's Avatar
    I had to upgrade from my 16GB iPad 1st gen simply because the apps got so much bigger and I ran out of space. I had no video, photos or music on the iPad, but did have about a dozen games.

    I think 16GB is way to limiting especially with retina apps. It will just get worse as you buy more apps or they get bigger.
    04-20-2012 07:02 AM
  15. HappyPelican's Avatar
    I went from a 16gb first generation to 32gb new iPad and the difference is off the charts! I know I'm repeating what many earlier members have said but, if you can swing it, go for at least the 32gb new iPad. However, since you can pick up a 32gb iPad 2 for such a great price, I wouldn't hesitate to jump on that deal while it's available.

    Good luck with your purchase and enjoy!
    04-23-2012 10:05 AM
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