Apple releases the new CrapPad, can anyone really tell the difference? by Kevin Michalukon 28 Mar 2012 12:13 PM
On Monday I was traveling home from the USA, and our own Adam Zeis put up a post here on CrackBerry telling our readers to check out iMore's review of the new iPad. It didn't go over very well with many of our CrackBerry faithful. To be fair, we've been cross posting hero device reviews for years now. Yes, iMore told their iOS faithful to check out CB's review of the PlayBook when we posted it. But had I not been traveling, here's the post I would have wrote...
While RIM's BlackBerry PlayBook is busy innovating with gesture-based interfaces and powerful, open development options, Apple has just released their 3rd generation iPad that's... hang on... looking... looking... Um... almost identical to the last iPad as far as I can tell. It's got a better screen and a faster radio, which makes us wonder if that's all Apple fans have really been complaining about all these years? You can go and read the really long review over at iMore if you absolutely have to, but I doubt any PlayBook fans will be switching over any time soon. In fact, I'm not sure what Apple would have to do at this point to get our attention? Maybe update that 5 year old interface? Consider a new form factor? Make a Porsche or Ferrari designed model?
Wake us up when iPad 4 hits. Or maybe not. Visit CrapPad.com if you do want to check out the full review. Stay classy CrackBerry.
Q1 growth of 30% after a blockbuster Xmas quarter (where CRAPple is looking at a decline) is amazing... Samsung is becoming huge in smartphones... they came out of nowhere in smartphone 2 years ago and look at them now... and they have an advantage nobody else does... cutting edge engineering, processors, memory, fabs, displays and manufacturing.
Earlier this weak, Australian regulators claimed that Apple was misleading consumers with false promotions and advertisements for its new “4G” iPad tablet. While the new iPad supports some 4G LTE networks, users in most regions are stuck with HSPA and HSPA+ 3G networks. After the allegation, Apple began to offer refunds to Australian iPad owners who felt duped by the company’s 4G claims. Now, regulators in the U.K. have confirmed that they are looking into various complaints regarding the new iPad, Pocket-lint reports. The Wall Street Journal is also reporting that Sweden’s Consumer Agency is considering an investigation into whether Apple’s “4G” marketing is misleading as well. Apple has not addressed the matter publicly.
The landfill is filling fast with all the new iCRAP being returned....LMFAO... too funny... BTW, I think I have a message here talking about that same thing the day or next of the release of the new iJUNK...