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Poll: Are You Buying an iPad 2?

by on March 4th, 2011

The iPad 2 was announced a couple days ago, and will be released on March 11th in the US, and March 25th in Canada. The newest iPad is thinner, lighter, faster, and has dual cameras.

Apple also slashed prices on the original iPad by $130 (in Canada) across the board. Those that recently purchased one before the discount can still get a refund. Pricing for iPad 2 in Canada should be on par with the US, but they will be priced more just like last year.

The question of the day is: Are you buying an iPad 2? Vote below!

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  • DRK

    Nice features but nothing that makes me NEED to upgrade from my iPad to the iPad2…

  • steve81

    The Personal Hotspot feature coming on the iPhone 4 will fix the main issue I had with the first iPad (I don’t see myself paying for a 3rd internet service). The last thing making me hesitate is the lack of Flash. It hasn’t been much of an issue for me on the iPod Touch and iPhone, but then I don’t do much browsing on it as there’s pretty much an app for everything. On a tablet though I think I will be surfing the web much more. In the U.S. it seems most video sites support the iPad, but in Canada we’re always late in the game. There’s the TOU.TV app from Radio-Canada (the French CBC) which is great, but nothing as great from the other Canadian networks.

    So I’m going to throw this question in to iPad 1 owners in Canada: is the lack of Flash an issue we should be concerned under a Canadian perspective?

  • No. Using my iPhone and iPad without Flash hasn’t been a problem at all. Most of the videos I watch are available on YouTube, or there are apps such as SkyFire for Flash.