This is MacRumors. I expect skewed results not representative of the general population from an Apple enthusiast forum.Didn't think the 12.9 would be ahead at any point.
Yes, I was about to mention this as well. I would expect to see a much higher proportion of people here investing in the biggest, most powerful iPad, compared to the general population where I think that the 12.9" is probably the least common size.This is MacRumors. I expect skewed results not representative of the general population from an Apple enthusiast forum.
Did from the start. I'm a regular.I think people who have both the 12.9 and 7.9 will pick the 12.9 to show how cool they are. The poll should have the option to select multiple (It didn't I believe?).
I guess as mine went out of warranty on Monday I'm an earlyish adopter of the 12.9. Nice to see the updates. It just irks me that even Facebook just blows up the app. As in keyboard is the 9.7 version. Messenger uses the 12.9 keyboard so they could do it. Lately I have been hankering for the new iPad 2017 as a friend to my 12.9. Stop myself each time.This is MacRumors. I expect skewed results not representative of the general population from an Apple enthusiast forum.
Voted for 9.7. I'm still waiting for an updated 12.9 model before purchasing. In the meantime, it's nice to see apps I use getting updates to support the larger display (e.g. comiXology 3.9.8 on 04/06/17). That's one of the advantages of not being an early adopter, ample time for software devs to keep up with changes in hardware. Hoping Marvel Unlimited and Hoopla follow suit by the time I purchase a new iPad.
I have had my 12.9 since Christmas of 2015 (it was a present) and I still love it. My kids gave me the the ASK as a bIrthday present the following January and the combo goes with me everywhere. At work I use it to listen to music, read personal emails, initiate and respond to texts, etc. At home I use it to read ebooks on Kindle, view Netflix, Amazon Prime and Acorn TV videos, surf the web and use split view, have two apps open at once for cut and paste. I also use it for remote support with LogMeIn. Since I have the original AT&T unlimited data plan I can use it almost anywhere in the USA. When I travel overseas, I usually get a local SIMM card for data and swap out the AT&T SIMM. Even though I come from the PC environment, my iPad serves me better than a laptop. In fact, the Toshiba Protege that our household has sits in the kitchen so we can view recipes.I've had the 12.9 for around two weeks now. It's fantastic!