Every iPad released by Apple was a market success, but there are still people that think the iPad sucks. That’s because it doesn’t make available all the features that one would hope to see in a device that tries to take the lead of the tablet market. People that dislike the iPad have serious reasons for their attitude, so if you want to find out why some think that the iPad sucks, you should check out the list of reasons listed below.
I must first of all say that there are reasons why people are disappointed in the iPad 2 and reasons why some even say that the new iPad 3 sucks. For example, one of the reasons why some people think that the iPad 2 sucks is because it makes available weak cameras. The rear camera that this Apple tablet makes available has no flash and a low megapixel count. That makes it unfit for taking quality pictures. A second reason why the iPad 2 is disappointing is because even if it was released in the era of 4G it makes available support only for 3G speeds. Apparently Apple chose to play it safe because it didn’t know exactly what the impact of the new technology will be on battery life. However, many say that Apple could have at least made available the hardware necessary and leave interested customers the option to upgrade to the faster network at a later time. That’s what Motorola did for Xoom owners. There is also the reason related to the impossibility of expanding the storage area of the iPad. There is no microSD card slot on the exterior, so the storage capacity you can afford to buy is the storage capacity you get stuck with for the rest of your iPad 2 ownership. People are also disappointed to not find on the iPad 2 Flash support.
About the reasons why people consider the iPad 3 undesirable I can tell you that they are related to both appearance and hardware and software. First of all, the iPad 3 sucks because it’s ticker and heavier than its predecessors. Its thickness has increased from 8.8mm to 9.4mm while its weight is now 625g instead of only 600g. That means your old iPad case will most likely not fit anymore. A second disappointment is related to the unavailability of Siri. Considering that the iPad 3 uses iOS 5 just like the iPhone 4S people were expecting to use the virtual assistant on the new tablet. Apparently it wasn’t possible due to technical issues. So, in the end some even dare to say that the iPad 3 is not much of an improvement over the iPad 2.
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