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Discussion in 'iPad' started by applefan289, Mar 6, 2012.
Probably. Depends on the individual's needs and usage, but skip-generation upgrades in tech usually are worthwhile if you actually use the device. Single generation upgrades tend to be more iffy.
Unless you are running low on food..
OK I have an iPhone 4, iPad1, iPad2 (corporate provided) and a late 2010 MBA11 full boat and I would say, Maybe it would be worth it.
The real issue is the display and improved A5 CPU, will people write apps which have to have these? If so then it's worth it, if not wait till iPad 4 with a real CPU upgrade. Think iPhone 4 vs 4S, not worth the upgrade at all. Now the iPhone 5 you bet, I will upgrade.
i think so since iPad 1 doesn't have a camera and is slower.
i think those 2 reasons alone is enough to upgrade.
The iPad 3 that hasn't been announced yet you mean?
My iPad crashes at least half a dozen times a day on regular websites/safari. Really hope the iPad 3 is crazy fast! Then the upgrade will be absolutely worth it for me.
If the iPad 3 has a Retina Display, it's a no-brainer if you have the money. It'll be like comparing a DVD to Blu-ray Disc.
I hope so since I plan on upgrading. I know specs aren't everything but when you compare the 1 to what is rumored, it would be a huge upgrade.
Will the iPad 3 be worth the upgrade from an iPad 1?
Yes, I'm pretty sure it will be.
I still have iPad 1 (from company) and iPad 2 (own). I miss the iPad 2 in my daily work as the smart cover really help to control the battery. I often put my iPad 1 in backpack and manage to press the button; then it runs in the back and kill my battery.
So jumping from iPad 1 to iPad 3 will be for sure nice: plus retina as killer feature.
If what's being said here is true, then it's likely to be worth its weight in gold.
I thought going from the iPad 1 to the iPad 2 was a worthy upgrade, so definitely.
Maybe I'm going to go out on a limb here, but I don't think so. There is enough internal h/w difference between the iPad & iPad 3 that when iOS 6 is announced this summer enough new iOS features will not be compatible with the iPad 1 to make the upgrade value obvious.
We are going to also see a lot more apps launch this summer and fall with requirements for iPad 2 or greater, and not just from Apple. The Photoshop app is just the start.
Totally agree with this, the iPad 1 is going to be dead in the water soon, I'm going to miss mine when it's gone, not usually sentimental about tech items, but this was such a game changer.
Yes, absolutely it will be worth it.
The increase in ram alone would make it worth it.