Apple's pages call it the new iPad, not The New iPad.... But it is the new iPad. I don't see how that's not correct, considering Apple's pages label it as such, not the iPad 3.
Definitely not just you. But don't call it the iPad3. Call it the 2012 iPad or 3rd Gen iPad. Thats what we use with iPods and Macs, we should move away from iPad3, just like we should move away from 'The new iPad'.Just call it iPad 3 or 3rd gen or whatever, but not "The New iPad".
When shopping for a Toyota Camry, would you buy a Camry 4S or a 2012 Camry? What would the one in 2013 be called? The Tesla Model S has 3G, lets call that the Tesla 3G ! instead the Camry is called the Camry. The Model s is the Model S. Any extensions like LE is like the iPad Wi-Fi + 4GWas there a single soul on earth outside of Apple that felt the naming convention needed to be changed? It's just weird.
Go find something on Apple's site that calls it, "The New iPad" - I bet you can't, because that isn't the name.If that's what Apple wants to call it then that's what I call it. Can't wait to get home and play with my the new ipad. Glad I upgraded.
Actually, its presented The new iPad. It's all over Apples site, it's all over reseller sites and it was written that way on the slide.Apple's pages call it the new iPad, not The New iPad.
The words The and New are not a part of the name - merely adjectives describing the iPad (3rd Generation).
Reading comprehension:Check the homepage, bro.
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Actually, the words "The new" are adjectives used to let readers/viewers know that it is something new. They are not part of a name.Actually, its presented The new iPad. It's all over Apples site, it's all over reseller sites and it was written that way on the slide.
Actually, they use "The new" every time they update a product. See: http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/Apple doesn't do anything by accident so their choice in capitalization and the constant use of "The new iPad" is different than when they announced "The new MacBook Air" or "The new iPod Touch" because they have very consistently written it the same way in everything.
+1 Exactly! I was about to post the exact same thing! Sad part is it seems no one reads anymore, you are right but no one seems to hear you
Im not disagreeing but unlike the iPad, they don't sell "The old MacBook Pro" along side it. So that does change the impact of that argument.