Israel’s iPad injunction over Wi-Fi issues is baffling the international community, including Israelis in Israel’s highly developed technology sector who are itching to develop new iPad apps and have a real iPad to immediately test them on, rather than relying on SDKs and emulated environments.
With the new iPad Air, the question isn't whether or not the new tablet will fly or die. The question, rather, is whether or not you should upgrade from an older-gen iPad to the iPad air or to the iPad mini?
In truth, it all comes down to use cases.
There's no doubt that the new iPad air is the most powerful, speedy, and beautiful iPad to date.
Just as the iPhone and iPod Touch monetised a vast array of apps and games which were being given away free on the regular Internet, so too is the iPad set to give content publishers a way to charge for subscriptions with the Wall Street Journal reporting that it plans to charge US $17.99 per month for iPad subscribers.
So I just got an iPad case in the mail. It’s for the iPad 5. That model is not out yet. But you can have this case anyway.
Of course I have no way of knowing if this will, for an absolute fact, fit the next iPad, but the chances are good. At best, you’ll win a case for the next iPad.