Lots of different ideas came out about iPad 2 when it hit the market recently. Some are good, some are bad. It’s hard to tell which one is true. So we put it to the test ourselves. We headed for the store and got ourselves an iPad 2. After a few days, we learned some things and we are sharing them with you.
Interface and Design
When it comes to dimension and power, nothing beats iPad 2. This is actually the genius of this masterpiece. Designed to wow the user, iPad 2 has a relatively small but intelligent interface that is very easy to use. It takes little or no effort at all to open and close the windows displayed on the interface. Which means you won’t have a delay. In our fast-paced world, you need to do lots of things in a very short time. iPad 2 buys you a lot of time by making efficient use of everything in its system. It is easy to understand why users go gaga over this device since it allows the user to work fluidly.
Despite the user-friendly interface, users of iPad 2 will still go through some crashing every now and then. Not that the makers fail to see this catastrophe coming, but they look at it as a room for improvement. Of course even the best fall down sometimes.
When you buy an iPad2 it is impossible not to notice the amazing design of covers. Simply because it helps save energy as it puts the device in standby mode when you place it over the screen. With its unique magnet design, the cover allows the user to enjoy the camera feature to the fullest.
Actually lots of skeptics were in doubt about the design of iPad 2 covers when it came out on the market. They said that Steve Jobs, iPad 2 creator, was just wasting time on something that’s not really functional. But he proved them all wrong. In fact, the experience of using it is positively changed because of the cover.
The whole point of using a tablet is that it is lighter and has a better feel so that the user can carry it around wherever he goes. iPad 2 offers you that experience. Compared with the first iPad, iPad 2 is slimmer and thinner. Its edges are rounder, thus it is easier to put in a bag. But if you’re going to use it for long typing, you may need an external keyboard. Meaning if you’re going to work on a novel you will have to carry around the keyboard too.
Since some users of the first iPad are clamoring for third party applications, Apple is now working on it for mobile use. Surely, these apps will be built to make the iPad 2 experience better and won’t take so much memory of the device. Sooner or later tablets like iPad 2, Xoom and Glaxy Tab will be more compatible with third-party application, but until then users will have to live with the occasional crashing.