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I gave in and ordered an iPad mini today. I have to wait a while for it to show up as I grabbed a model with 4G LTE for the Verizon network. Its Share Everything plan caused me to spend more than I would have otherwise.
The prepaid iPad data plan is easy to control right on the tablet. Unless you buy a used Verizon iPad, in which case it is not available.
If you need high-speed data on your iPad 3 Verizon LTE trounces AT&T in pretty much every category.
Our initial reactions to the iPad 3, the Retina display, Verizon vs. AT&T, LTE vs. 4G, "Heatgate" and a healthy dose of our favorite apps.
I hate to say it, but I told you so.
I get ticked when I see carriers charging extra for tethering fees, especially if you don't even use up what you purchased on your smartphone. The new Verizon LTE iPad gets it right, finally.
LTE is the fastest 4G network here in the U.S. and Verizon is continuing their aggressive rollout schedule through 2012. With the LTE iPad launching this week, we can count on the next iPhone also using this technology.
Also offers a budget 1GB per month plan for $20.
Sprint subscribers disappointed by the lack of a Sprint iPad only have the company's developing 4G LTE network to blame.
Will Apple announce a new iPad today, available on Verizon and AT&T simultaneously?
Citing "people familiar with the matter" WSJ confirms that the iPad 3 will run on Verizon and AT&T's newest fourth-generation (4G) wireless networks. Now back to work.
Verizon has announced the release date for Samsung's latest tablet, the iPad-sized Galaxy Tab 10.1.
Apple today released iOS 4.3.2 today for iPhone and iPad users fixing issues with blank/frozen video during FaceTime calls and international 3G issues with the iPad. Verizon iPhone users get iOS 4.2.7.
The Apple iPad 2 3G for Verizon has been causing some people connectivity issues and according to BGR the next update may fix the issues.
You might not be able to start and stop data service for no charge
The Apple iPad 2 launches tomorrow and today we see what the data fees are going to be for the 3G models. There is nothing really shocking here, but will you just tether your smartphone or go for a 3G iPad?
Apple is widely expected to unveil its next-generation iPad March 2, but it's worth watching how the device will accelerate the Verizon Wireless vs. AT&T battle.
Verizon Communications Inc. CFO Francis Shammo today told Bloomberg that Verizon Wireless will sell a version of the iPad that can connect directly to its network.
If the rumor pans out it would mean that iPad 2 would be available on Verizon Wireless (and other CDMA networks) in addition to AT&T's current offering.
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