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Or the 6 year old Mac Pro that still is considered "new".
I still have mine, running iOS 5.1.1.
I won't part with mine because it was a bit of an effort to find it.
It was the re-released iPad 2 (2,4) with the 32nm A5 processor.
Having over an hour extra of battery life was what I was after.
Works okay for basic web browsing and email etc.....and as a mouse pad (in its black case that is). Heh heh.
No, the first with retina was ‘The New iPad’, a ridiculous name for what was indeed iPad 3, as in the next one after iPad 2. iPad 3 was released in March 2012. iPhone 4, the first with retina, had been released in June 2010.
I recall The New iPad got especially hot in its lower left corner, exactly where a right handed person would ordinarily hold it, which is why I quickly sold mine. iPad 4 was far less affected in this way, in my experience.
Those lucky bastards...
I actually miss the old design of iOS during these era, I kind of wish it still looked like that somewhat.
I've never been a big fan of the flat/metro UI style.
iPad 2 (and iPhone 4S for that matter) can be downgraded to iOS 6 super easily as long as it’s not one of the rereleased iPad 2’s. I have done dozens of them. After that, they can be “updated” to 8.4.1 but that’s not much better than iOS 9 is on them. Too bad no way to get iOS 7...
I have an iPad 2. It runs okay for what it is. But not downgrading to iOS 6, there are no apps virtually supported.
True. But a 4S is unusable on 9.3.5. iPad 3 is slightly better because of the lack of Retina display.
My iPad is not unusable. Not as fast as my max, but still fine for consumption.
The iPad 3 had a Retina display.
And yet I for one would consider buying something like that
I meant iPad 2. Typo. Thanks.