The tablet market turns out to get all the hypes today. As a matter of fact, it seems that the slates are going to take over the shares that desktop and notebook PCs usually have. With that being said, there is no wonder why most of the present computer manufacturers are rallying to deliver customers their own slate. However, it seems that Apple really has managed to gain the biggest portion of the cake with its iPad spreading almost everywhere in this world. Now, the company even tries to get a bigger market share with the launch of the iPad 2. However, should you, as many others, really buy an iPad 2?
Well, there are quite a few reasons you may consider buying the slate. First, it really is a tablet instead of just a bigger version of the iPod Touch! For your information, when Apple introduced the original iPad, a lot of people would consider that it was really simply a bigger iPod Touch. However, that’s not true at all. In fact, powered by an A5 processor, this slate is far better than just about any netbooks you can find available to date. In addition to that, the slate is now capable of offering even higher and higher maximum resolution.
The second reason you should buy an iPad 2 is that if you are quite a fan of the iOS 4. Apple has revealed that the successor to the original tablet will come featuring the iOS 5 which, as the company claims, will be powered by the iCloud computing system besides a bunch of other cool features such as Twitter integration, Newsstand and iMessage.
Also, if you are fond of trying new applications every now and then, then the App Store accompanying the company’s next tablet is something you are very likely to love. You’ll be able to find over thousands of applications in the store. Yet, if you want one good example, think about Angry Birds. You can download this particularly famous game right from the Apple App Store.
Last but not least, the iPad 2 is surely not only cool but also tough. Quality is never something that its manufacturer is likely to compromise with. Yet, if you use an Apple product when you are connecting to a Wi-Fi network, for example, most of the eyes around you are most likely to stare at you. Why? Because you’re cool! It’s that simple.