The iPad was announced just yesterday. The pricing for this tablet is quite good and it is cheaper than theMotorola Xoom, its rival. The Xoom being priced at $800 withholding features such as a 10.10″ display and being upgradeable to LTE 4G, the pricing is a bit too much at the moment.
The iPad 2, rumored to be priced at $100 dollars more than the base model, the 9.7 inch beauty should survive the journey across Apples existence. O^2 in America, won’t be receiving the Tablet, but AT&T still has to confirm its arrival. Rumors suggest that, Vodacom is to be receiving The iPad 2 by the end of this month, March.
Fortunately, the delivering company has been leaked at this stage already but cannot be revealed due to security reasons. The prices for this dual-core A5 chipped “book” have also been revealed. It all depends on how much internal storage you want to buy it with and if you just want it with Wi-Fi or with Wi-Fi and 3g both. The prices do go out of bound and make no sense at one stage. A Wi-Fi and 3G (16GB) version costs approximately $ 629 while a Wi-Fi ($699) version costs, it is a bit strange but its worth it in the end of the day.
- Another issue that hasn’t yet been occurred, is the signal problem. Offering free covers to everyone is a kind of a loss but Appledoes recover it with other devices. Hopefully with this new tablet, if the problem does occur, Steve won’t tell us how to hold the “book”.