iPad Owners Upset Over Timing of iPad Mini Launch
Black Enterprise Magazine September/October 2018 Issue

Apple’s big unveil of the iPad Mini isn’t sitting well with current iPad owners. According to a new study conducted by Toluna QuickSurveys, loyal iPad owners are angry about the timing of the next-generation iPad, which comes 9 months after the iPad 3 announcement, making that device archaic in the eyes of hard-core tech stans.

The study, which polled 2,000 consumers, found that 50% of iPad 3 owners were disgruntled about the launch of the iPad 4, followed by 45% of iPad 2 owners and 40% of first-generation iPad holders.

Despite the hard feelings, 71% said they would either “definitely” or “probably” purchase Apple’s smallest addition to the tablet family.

Read more at Mashable…

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