In my opinion, the original iPad was the biggest tablet breakthrough into the mass consumer market for many reasons … reliability, similar functions as iPhone, etc. I put off upgrading to the iPad 2 and third-generation iPad until recently, but now, there’s a new player in town and I want one. This is a post about the iPad Mini and why you want one.
First off, the iPad 2 and third-generation iPad were very useful upgrades, but not necessarily revolutionary. Sure, the camera was great and they are faster, but in reality, I stuck with my original iPad classic until just recently. But the iPad Mini has me more excited than the sure to come iPad 4. Here are a few reasons why the iPad Mini will likely become my favorite tablet and millions of others too. Continue reading iPad Mini and Why You Want One→
To nobody’s surprise, the iPhone 5 event on September 12 was confirmed by a press invitation sent out by Apple this morning. And as always, the event will be hosted at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts with a 10 a.m. Pacific Time start date. While Apple hasn’t confirmed anything besides the date, the iPhone 5 is expected to have a larger, 4-inch screen, mini dock connector and a the highly sought after LTE connection.