Link: Disappointing ☍

Shared on March 7, 2012

Robert Galbraith for Reuters (via Daring Fireball):

When the iPad 2 was unveiled last year, it was seen as an incremental upgrade over the original version of the device, adding a couple of cameras and improving battery life. It now appears that Apple’s move from second to third generation iPad is even less of a bold leap forward and more of a tepid shuffle from an underwhelming top dog.

Because the “incrementally updated” iPad 2 sold poorly, right?

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