Steve Wozniak is beginning to be characterized by throwing the stone and hiding his hand a few days later. Right after the presentation of the new iPad he made some easily misinterpreted statements, and that’s how MacWorld spread its allegedly bad opinion about the new iPad. He has finally rectified and nuanced his words to simply say that he doesn’t buy every new iPad that comes out.
A week ago, after the keynote presentation of the new iPad, we sent you some statements supposedly made by Apple’s co-founder. They didn’t come from just any media, but from MacWorld itself, with the title, in Woz’s words, “I don’t want one” sounding too strong.
They were not well interpreted and in new statements he has qualified his opinion about the new iPad. “I have never criticized the new iPads” . He thinks they’re fine but he doesn’t buy every new update, and that the latter isn’t critical enough for him to change it.
It’s clear that in no way are you saying it’s a bad product but simply that you don’t need to update your iPad every year with every new model. And I say it from my own experience: I have an iPad 2 since the same week it was released here and I’m still happy with it, it fits perfectly.
I would like one with a Retina screen? , well now I think it could be a good time to change it for an iPad Air for example, but in no case would I change an iPad Retina for the new one, for me the update would not be justified enough. But as we say, it is a matter of needs to update or not.