On Friday, March 11th Apple will release it latest and seemingly greatest invention to date - the iPad 2. The iPad 2 for Verizon will be unveiled on the same day, but considering that pre-ordering is not an option this time around, the supply will almost certainly be thwarted by the immense demand.
So why do so many Verizon customers want the new iPad 2? The new IOS4 operating system for one is a perfect reason. IOS4 is an operating system that is considered leaps and bounds ahead of the competition. Known as stable and secure IOS4 allows users to multi-task using any of the sixty thousands apps that are available for your iPad 2, including, but not limited to, standard apple apps such iBook and Garageband. Apps can now be organized using folders creating a more efficient streamlined setup.
A new feature that the iPad 2 provides is the use of two cameras; one on the front and one on the back. These two cameras make using Apple's Facetime App easy. The app allows to video call with anyone anywhere and still have another camera at your disposal. So those care about near and far can see more than simply your face they can experience your surroundings and vice versa.
Simply put the latest iPad 2 for Verizon, which will start at half a grand ($499 to be exact), is/will be the best most technologically advanced mobile device on the open market with enough bells and whistles to wake up the neighbors or at least make them envy your latest toy. Not only that, but much like that new and improved new year's resolved body of yours the iPad 2 is smaller roughly 9.5 x 7 inches and weighs a minuscule 1.35 pounds. Yet this iPad is still equipped with a 25-watt hour rechargeable lithium-polymer battery capable of sustaining for 10 hours before charging and 9 hour sojourns via the internet.
Verizon will offer a variety of data plans on its 3G network ranging from 1GB for $20/month to 10GB for $80/month.