Reviews and Problems with Apple New iPad / iPad 3 / iPad 4G LTE
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I loved it until it stopped charging properly.
Sharlette M. Franklin, Amazon
2 June 2013
Summary: I loved it until it stopped charging properly. Just too much money for it to stop charging and making the Adapter so hot that it burns you when you touch it! Even after changing the charger five times same thing! "Not Charging" messaging showing after awhile! Just sporadic charging!!! Very frustrating! Only after a couple of weeks!
Summary: I unfortunately bought this product 2 months before I gave it as a gift. I didn't think I bought 'USED' but that is what I received. The product works well but it was embarrassing when my niece turned on the Ipad and there were 350 contacts, previous owner's inbox was full, face time account existing, etc...
Summary: After using Microsoft products for years, using a MAC product is a bit challenging. I still need to download the user's manual to fully understand the Ipad. I find that it's not intuitive - at least not for me. I was a bit dismayed that there was no connection on the Ipad for a flash drive. I guess I'll get used to it I suppose.
Apple Ipad MC744LL/A (32GB, Wi-Fi + Verizon 4G, Black)
17 April 2013
Summary: So far I love it, and am learning my way around it, but I must say that I thought it would be 4g, but it always says Verizon 3g at the top, and that makes me angry, as I could have just gotten a cheaper model. I have never seen 4g anywhere on this machine. All in all though it works well, although not as fast as I paid for.
Summary: Like other reviews the iPad is excellent but the rest of the bundle is not worth the price. The only thing I used beside the iPad was docking station. I went on Amazon.com and found a case for my iPad. Very dissatisfied and disappointed .
Summary: Great for reading email and watching Youtube, but people running a business or trying to get any real work done should realize that this machine is not a "real" computer: It cannot run most business-grade productivity software such as Word, Excel, or Quicken. Sure, there are hundreds of apps in the App Store that pretend to be real software but if you read the reviews, you'll understand that they are either severely limited, buggy, or both.