I still think that Apple will keep on the same schedule for the iPads -- March is the time frame. Remember, Steve said it is the "Year of the iPad 2". If they did update this year, I think it would be the first product updated in same year. So I am not buying into the rumors
As for me as a construction superintendent. We constantly take photos and email them, to architects, engineers and inspectors - not to mention conference calls 2 to 4 times a week.
Before - I would have to run out in the field take the photos - run back to the office, upload from camera, massage the photo using MS crapy photo editor. Fashion an email with explanations, attach the photo, click send <-- wait for response, normally the next day - which is a day late.
Now with iPhone4, I can do all of that from the field - With the iPad larger screen, makes that even sweeter, with FaceTime even better yet <-- only problem is they need to have Apple products.
Anyway, doing that process in the field will save me hours a day.
Easy come, easy go. Just sold it. Got more money from selling it, dang it, wish I had bought more! Anyway, my wife had decided that she didn't really want one yet as she was still using her iPhone more than the ipad and I wasn't sure that I really wanted one right now.
I am trying to use less electronics lately because I felt that I was spending more time on them than with family
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