an interesting look at what it might take to convince iPad owners to upgrade. The question is, will the iPad II have enough improvements to woo current iPad owners to the next level. For me, it will take a whole lot more than a forward facing camera. Here are some of the features on teh wishlist of Jennifer Jacobson, Director of Public Relations for Retrevo.com:
- Project Like You Mean It. The ability to connect to a projector and project anything. Currently the iPad only projects documents out of “KeyNote” and select videos on . For most of us, it’s not worth buying the $39.00 connector cable.
- Wireless Sync (and the ability to back up to MobileMe over the cloud). Cables are so last year. Let’s commit to wireless sync and the ability to backup and store files on your MobileMe account.
- Tap-To-Share. Wouldn’t it be great to tap your iPad to your computer or phone and share whatever file you’re looking at?
- Go Forth With Multiple Carriers. For those of us who aren’t standing in line to join AT&T, it would be nice to have the option of using our iPads in the great beyond, on other carriers.
- Be a Real Computer. Get A Real OS. Let’s face it, having an app for “settings” is a little over the top. Let’s give the iPad an “app free” way to store files… like a real computer.
- Don’t Miss The Connection. We’d be happier if the iPad II had USB or FireWire connectors like a netbook (I mean computer). MIDI would be great too.
- Lose Some Weight. We know the iPad is currently as heavy as it is because of the battery and the glass, but it would be great if it were a tad lighter.
Will You Be Upgrading? Fro more about iPad 2 check it this article – Will the New iPad 2 Have What It Takes to Compete?