I understand what you mean... But no. That's not a good reason.Because there's technically already an iPad nano. They just call it something different.
More reason for them to get rid of generation number out of the name.I think it will be simply "iPad." There are different sized iMacs, MacBook Pros, and Macbook Airs, yet they're all called the same thing within their respective brands despite their varying screen size.
Silly? That was my point, obsessing over model names, like some do via seemingly endless arguments over what they think it should be, makes me laugh. It's hardly worth being so serious about itComparatively micro would be 1/1,000,000 the size and a nano would be 1/1,000,000,000. Both would be unusable, and micro just sounds silly. Since there is a soon to be 4" nano, mini would be my most likely guess.
Are you an elitists or an ass? Not everyone wants a monitor integrated into their computer nor do they need professional $2500 tower. A 2.3Ghz i5 is more than enough computing power for 95% of the general computing population out there. How much power does it really take to surf facebook and use iPhoto? Already have a nice 23" monitor from your PC? Then why buy an iMac if you don't need the quad CPU that most don't? Your statement makes absolutely 0 sense. Heck, I don't even own a Mini and find it offensive.iPad Mini associates it with the Mac Mini, which is a slow Mac aimed at people who can't afford Macs.
I concur. More like.Agree.
This will simply be iPad, now available in 8" or 10". No new specific name similar to the naming of the new iPad, not iPad 3.
you must really not understand what exactly the CPU ghz means... just because it isnt as expensive as a macbook or imac doesnt mean its slowGruber suggested iPad Air. This is a much better name for it.
A lot of iPad owners wonder why anyone would want less screen real estate. That's not the point. The point is portability. Light, thin, and small are positives.
iPad Mini associates it with the Mac Mini, which is a slow Mac aimed at people who can't afford Macs.
iPad Air associates it with the MacBook Air, a sleek and successful ultraportable laptop.
Are you an elitists or an ass? Your statement makes absolutely 0 sense. Heck, I don't even own a Mini and find it offensive.
I bought a first generation Mac Mini which came, brand new, with a slow CPU that was a full generation back. It included so little memory that even with no large applications running, the OS was constantly swapping out to the hard drive, which itself was an incredibly slow 5400 rpm model and therefore massively compounded the swapping problem. It was the only computer I ever bought that, brand new, felt slow and underpowered.some people are so ignorant.