IPAD Apple Buying Tips


  • Three versions of the iPad will be available this weekend, and a total of six will be soon
  • First iPads will be Wi-Fi only — good for at home, but maybe not if you travel a lot
  • On Wi-Fi-only iPad, the 32-GB or 64-GB versions may be worth the price for extra storage
  • Your choice of which iPad, or whether to buy at all, depends on how you use your phone

If you’re planning on buying an iPad when it goes on sale this Saturday, you have some deciding to do.

Unlike the iPhone, there are six different versions of the iPad, ranging in price from $500 to $830.

The three models shipping this weekend are Wi-Fi only, while another three — shipping late April — include both Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity.

Your first decision is between those two fundamental differences: Wi-Fi only, or 3G plus Wi-Fi? After you decide which route to take, from there you need to pick a storage capacity: 16 GB, 32 GB or 64 GB.

For a lot of us, the decision is complicated by the fact that we already own an iPhone or iPod Touch — or another smartphone, for that matter.

So let’s break it down for you:

Your guide to buying the right iPad – CNN.com.


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2 Responses to “IPAD Apple Buying Tips”

  1. Sarah Says:

    Is the iPad Green in any way?


    • greeningwinnettarea Says:

      From an environmental point of view and taking into consideration that it is an “E Book or E Reader” the iPad can bring many benefits of digitized content and even change how we read, day to day. Whether it brings a net environmental benefit, though, has more to do with the owner than the device.


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