iPad 2 – Rumors and Repair

It shouldn’t be a surprise that rumors of Apple’s second generation of the iPad have been making their rounds across the blogosphere. The device has been out for less than three quarters of a year and we are already seeing “leaked” photos of the iPad 2 back case. After browsing through Gizmodo’s website, I found this article about the iPad 2. While many of these photos are “questionable” it is hard not to speculate on the possibility that these photos might be real. Its all in good fun, isn’t it?

So what does Apple have planned for the iPad 2? We can only guess at this point. According to the Gizmodo article, the iPad 2 will have a “Bigger Speaker, Flatter Back” and will be “Very Slightly Smaller.” Starting from the beginning, does the iPad even need a bigger speaker? Sure, it wouldn’t hurt. Who wouldn’t like to have a little extra volume while you’re watching your favorite youtube video? Personally, though, I would rather listen to my iPad through a set of bluetooth speakers.

Next up, the iPad is rumored to have a flatter back. This makes perfect sense, doesn’t it? Just look at the change Apple made from the iPhone 3G S to the iPhone 4. It seems like the next logical step for Apple to take with the iPad.

Finally, according to the article, the iPad will be slightly smaller. According to Jesse, one of our iPad technicians, we could see how Apple could rearrange some of its internal components to make it a little more compact. Thinner is better right? Finally! I will be able to fit my iPad in my back pocket!!! lol. Cheap, I know.

What else is there? Let’s engage in conjecture. For this, I will ask the question: What does the iPhone 4 have that the iPad currently doesn’t?

  1. A Facetime camera: I don’t understand why Apple didn’t put one in there in the first place.
  2. A Gyroscope: Well, does the iPad even need a gyroscope?
  3. A Retina display: How beautiful would a retina display be if it was the size of the iPad? Very beautiful.

Hmm…Interesting. I don’t see any reason the iPad 2 shouldn’t have these features.

Well, one can only guess as to what Apple will ultimately do with the iPad 2. Whatever happens, everyone will be clamoring to get their hands on one. And iResQ will continue to provide the best repair services around the nation for all of your Apple products including the iPad 2. Be on the lookout in the upcoming months for a list of iPad 2 repair services on our iPad repair page.

And one last thing. We will be closed tomorrow, December 24th due to the Christmas holiday. We will continue to accept all orders placed through our website over the holiday.

Well, Merry Christmas everyone!!! I hope everyone has a safe and happy holiday. Be sure to spend and cherish all the time you’ll have with your loved ones.

Written by Keith
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