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March 11, 2011

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Thanks for coverage of iPad2. Regarding AT&T 3G on the iPad2, the good fellows over at AnandTech have this very interesting nugget of an observation (6 down 1.5 up on 3G - cool! But also a little bit disappointing on less WiFi reception compared to iPad 1st generation).

Andy, do you use your iPad to deliver presentations using the Keynote app? I'm hoping that the iPad2's much improved graphics capability along with its dual core CPU will make for a better and more fuller (transitions between slides, support of embedded video codecs, etc.) presentation device and hence no need to use a full fledged MacBook to do this.

Computerworld asks the question iPad 2 selling out in US, but is it safe? and complains that Apple's iOS 4.3 has important security updates but this update won't work on previous iPhones (3G or older) or iPod touches (2nd generation or older) and the worry is that Apple is intentionally hyper innovating with short cycles (two iPads in less than one year?) in order to keep the cash cow going and intentionally unnecessarily deprecating older devices that should otherwise run just fine.

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