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Discussion in 'iPad' started by moonman239, Mar 7, 2013.
iPad 3 for 21 months.
iPad Mini with Retina for 2 days
Ipad Air 1 month old
2 year old iPad 2
iPad 3 since launch day.
1st gen iPad Mini, only a couple of months old after an OOW replacement after I dropped the secondhand one I'd bought the previous day!
Ipad3 bought on launch day as well. Noticeably slower with IOS7, but still chugging along just fine.
2 months 3 days 20 hours 17 minutes 32 seconds 344 milliseconds
Just over 24 hours - iPad mini with retina display
Got all of my iPads late Jan 2013 and include two minis and an iPad 3. All work great and will keep them for a few more years.
iPad 4 since September 2013.
Got my iPad Air on 12/9/13. Upgraded from my 1st gen iPad Mini.
I had an iPad 3 since March 2012, just upgraded to the retina iPad Mini in December. Much Better size and I'm sure it will do me well until iPad mini 4th gen!
December 26, 2013 - 9 days old iPad Air
iPad 3 since March 2012. Still working perfectly and while the iPad Air is nice I don't see a need to upgrade.
I got mine the end of November. Will get a new one when the retina2 comes out.
Mine is barely a day old and I'm loving it already! (white retina iPad mini)
36 Hours. 64GB Space Grey Air Wi-Fi.
Two months (Air)
I have a 3rd gen. iPad that I purchased in March of 2012. Still working great and the battery life is still great as well!
Waiting for the 6 this fall. Or maybe, the new Pro!
Ipad 4 since Oct. 2013
Got ipad mini for Christmas so it is 14 days old...
My ipad 2 is 2years old I believe(could be 3 but don't remember how long I've had the thing)
Had an iPad 2 (64G AT&T) for a little over two years, got a new Air (32GB Wifi) in November...loved both and I think they were/are the two best iPads. Gave the iPad 2 to my significant other and she just loves it.
I have the original iPad and have decided to wait until Apple at least doubles the RAM. The iPad Air and 2nd Gen mini run fine with the 1gb of RAM now but I don't think its enough to run future versions of iOS well enough compared to how long the iPad 2 has lasted. Hopefully I am wrong for everyone has got one and it won't really matter to those who upgrade every year. However for those like me that like to hold onto their tablets for longer than 3 years I'd like it to have more memory for better future proofing.
I get the impression though that Apple is wanting consumers to upgrade their iPads much more often compared to buying a Macbook. By limiting the memory you limit the device's ability to have more processes running in the background which I imagine Apple wants to do with iOS with every new release. I just don't think these things are meant to last that long. Now if I had more disposable income I'd gladly by every new release of every iPad but I still feel the same way in terms of how Apple limits the hardware for future proofing them.
Not even a hour old.. I just got the mini iPad retina and love it!
More than 2 years old already, iPad 2 goin steady ( THAT RHYMES YES )