Apple iPad (Wi-Fi, 64GB Black) Reviews
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from Atlanta, GA
August 20, 2012Music Background:
Apple iPadIt's nice.. what more can I say.
from Mahwah, NJ USA
August 2, 2012Music Background:
Recording and live sound engineer
iPad Wi-Fi 64GBAwesome device for all, easy use and work with.
Paul W. Searcey
from Casper, WY
July 4, 2012Music Background:
Choir Teacher, Tech Director
Same Product, Better ServiceApple does not give an education discount on the newest iPads, so there was not advantage to using the Apple Education Store. The advantage lies with using Sweetwater for your iPad purchase because you can always get your sales engineer by phone or email, you talk to a real person, one that knows you and what you want in equipment. Matt and I talked about the iPad I got for weeks until I figured out what options work best. Since shipping was free, my iPad costs less than if I had purchased it from Apple.
from Fort Wayne, IN
October 2, 2012Music Background:
sorry, only a choir singer (somewhat)
Great tool and fun tooI wanted a portable, light-weight computer with camera capabilities. The Apple iPad fits the bill. Clear graphics and considerable speed are pluses, along with all the features, like Internet, Camera, Apps, Maps, and more! Wish I could use it everywhere outside of WiFi places. It does do good games tho. Good buy, excellent service, friendly people; Thanks, Sweetwater!
from Coral Springs, FL
June 8, 2012Music Background:
experienced guitarist and vocalist
Great personal device, but not for pro'sI bought this iPad with the intent to use it to store and play backing tracks for a solo guitar and vocal act. I have been a strong proponent of the Windows/Android ecosystem due to its basic openness and utility. I tried this Apple device because a friend suggested iReal as a good application. The tablet was all it was advertised to be....light, outstanding display, fast, good battery life. HOWEVER, the major purpose for the purchase is not easily accomplished. the main problem is iTunes. the super restrictive methodology for moving content quickly to and from the device really gets in the way. When someone is used to plugging in a USB cable and dragging and dropping files to a computing device, the gymnastics involved in maintaining an iTunes library for tracks and particularly pictures is very annoying. Add to that the extremely rudimentary music player and you end up with a device that does not meet its intended use. I have worked around these issues by downloading some of the 3rd party apps, but in retrospect a Motorola or Samsung Android tablet would have been a better choice. Its a good product for personal use, and i am going to retire it to surfing for recipes on food network and playing solitaire and purchase a real professional tool instead.
64GB Tablet Computer with Wi-Fi, 9.7-inch Retina Display, Multi-Touch, Dual-core A5X Chip, Quad-core graphics, 5MP iSight camera, FaceTime camera, and 1080p HD Video Recording - Black