1. Cozmik's Avatar
    Won't help to know how tethering works for an Android device if you're trying to tether to a Blackberry. Try a Blackberry forum.

    From the iPad's perspective it's just another WiFi access point.


    Not my laptop. I could have a fleet of iPads for the cost of my laptop.
    I was asking more hoping for some direction as to where to look. I've tried a couple of BB forums and haven't had much luck, hence moving to an Apple forum. And if I hadn't been so focused on getting a Torch in September, I would have realized the iPhone 4 was a better choice and this would all be a moot point.
    05-10-2011 11:10 PM
  2. Msvoluptous#IM's Avatar
    I LOVEEEEEEEEE my Ipad 1 too! My kids laughed when I wanted to get it and called it a OVERSIZED Ipod touch lol NOW they are fighting to play with it lol. I am a Apple lover all the way around! YAY for apple!!
    05-15-2011 08:13 AM
  3. Brickman's Avatar
    I was asking more hoping for some direction as to where to look. I've tried a couple of BB forums and haven't had much luck, hence moving to an Apple forum. And if I hadn't been so focused on getting a Torch in September, I would have realized the iPhone 4 was a better choice and this would all be a moot point.
    One option is to get the app PDANet for Blackberry. It turns your BB into a WiFi Hot Spot.
    05-15-2011 08:55 AM
  4. veery's Avatar
    me too.....
    06-16-2011 04:04 AM
  5. troutymouth's Avatar
    My life has totally changed since 1G iPad released.
    06-19-2011 12:43 PM
  6. PurpleDragon's Avatar
    I am developer for iPad and going to continue to use first generation iPad for development purposes. It is simply because I need "lowest common denominator", i.e. lowest computing power device for testing of my apps. If the app performance is Ok on slowest device than it definitely would work on more powerful models too.

    I highly recommend this approach to other developers to avoid unpleasant surprises when users start to complain about performance of your app
    06-25-2011 06:40 PM
  7. kaelinlei's Avatar
    I bought my 1G wifi + 3G iPad in September of last year and I still love it. It does everything that I want it to do. I have a MacBook and an iPhone 4 so I don't need all the new things on the iPad 2 yet. It's still very fast and I don't feel as if this is a big enough upgrade to make me want to give up something that isn't even a year old. Maybe the iPad 3 will change my mind...
    06-27-2011 12:05 PM
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