My Verizon iPad 2 64 GB is unusable. I have AppleCare and called yesterday to have it replaced. I was told that I would have the replacement by today, and I could send the broken one back. They only had to put a temporary hold on my credit card for the replacement. That sounded great! So I called today after FedEx never delivered my replacement. It turns out that the person before was wrong about two things: (1) they don't overnight the replacement, and (2) they don't have iPad 2s in stock, even for replacements! I was told that its a two-week wait. Now, I understand that the iPad 2 is insanely popular, and its sold out everywhere -- but they should be stocking some for replacements in case of defects! If you happen to have already blown almost a grand on the iPad 2 and its broken, you are left hanging for two weeks. In case you're wondering what my problem is with the Verizon iPad 2, here is the issue: Anytime its been left alone for a period of time (sometimes minutes, sometimes hours) my Verizon iPad 2 will go into a state where it won't "wake up" unless you do a hard reset. It won't respond to the power or home button. The 4.3.2 update did not resolve this problem. If you do a hard reset (hold home and power for several seconds), it will start back up again, but it will say: "Restore Needed. iPhone cannot make or receive calls. Restore from iTunes." Yes, it calls it an iPhone for some reason. If you connect to iTunes, you will eventually get the message: "We're sorry, we are unable to continue with your activation at this time. Please try again later, or contact customer care." If you turn the device off and on again (or do another hard reset), the device will finally start as normal. This has happened to me dozens of times. I have tried doing a "factory restore" 2-3 times, and it doesn't fix the problem. Once again, the 4.3.2 update did not resolve this. I had sold my laptop and planned to use the iPad as my only portable computer. I'm a lawyer and I've got trials coming up in less than two weeks. I planned to use my iPad to assist. I just find it unbelievable that Apple has sold all their stock of iPad 2s and didn't keep any for replacements.