iPad 2 stocks are non-existent at the various stores we called earlier today, including an Apple Store, although we did learn that walk-ins at Apple Stores for iPad 2’s will no longer be accepted – read on for details!
Sprint announced this morning that it is now offering the iPad mini and fourth generation iPad with LTE connectivity in “select Sprint retail locations.” Sprint is one of three official U.S. data providers for Apple’s tablet, offering LTE data plans for the iPads that don’t carry a contract and only require 30 day commitments at a time.
Apple’s iPad 2 is well and truly out there in the marketplace, both in officially launched countries, and those relying on marked-up grey imports of the iPad 2, with the buying frenzies at Apple’s stores capture on Twitter and online – but the queues will continue!
Online shopping has failed to capture the natural activity of shopping between stores, and with friends. If you want to purchase something at Macy’s but also want to see if Nordstrom has a similar item, you have to open a new tab and conduct a new search. Flit is launching today as a way to solve this problem by providing one app that lets you shop across 1,000 stores.
From new iPad 2 driven smart signs, to a new “Personal Setup” bench in Apple’s retail stores, the king of the crunchy kingdom is taking its already market-leading Apple Stores and making them even better, putting competitors – and much of the rest of the computing world – to shame.
If you own the new Apple iPad, you may want to download these wallpapers collection for your iPad. These wallpapers are optimized for iPad use. Because of its capability to rotate, Apple iPad needs a special wallpaper size and resolution.
With long lines still at Apple stores in the US, 24 more countries are about to go through the same lengthy experience as Apple moves heaven and earth to get as many iPad 2s out to the public as possible, with the UK’s launch date confirmed.
The new iPad isn’t even available to the general public yet, but that won’t stop us from thinking about its successor. The new new iPad, or iPad 4, should arrive sometime in 2013 and based on what Apple has — or hasn’t — done already, we can start making predictions on a fourth iteration of the iconic device.