In spite of the rough comments that blamed the new iPad for having some vital issues, the iPad owners are highly satisfied with their new Apple tablet, as a survey from ChangeWave showed.
ChangeWave Research specified in a detailed way what this study is all about:
“A March 22-28 survey of 200 new owners looked at their impressions of the new Apple iPad, including overall satisfaction with the device, key likes and dislikes, and the impact of the heat issue.”
It turned out that 98% of the new iPad owners are pleased with their device, out of which 82% are Very Satisfied and 16% are Somewhat Satisfied. There are also few users, namely 2% of them, who found the new iPad’s issues Somewhat Unsatisfied.
I wonder what gave to the 16% of the customers an uncertain reaction over their device. Luckily, ChangeWave also queried the 200 users about the features of their new tablet and discovered what they like best and what they dislike most. As expected, the Retina Display was the new iPad’s milestone feature, followed by the long battery life, the 4G LTE, and the iSight Camera, while the price of Apple’s new tablet and also of Wireless data plan irked the owners most.
Contrary to all the infrared tests that proved that the new iPad runs hotter than specified, customers were little displeased with the excessive heat; only 7% of them considered the heat that comes from the tablet to be an issue. In fact, ChangeWave took a closer look at the Heat polemic and discovered that, in fact, 89% of the new iPad owners haven’t experienced any problem at all with the heat.
Let’s just leave aside all the mean rumors about the new iPad’s issues and consider 2012 The New iPad’s Year, just as the previous one was the iPad 2 Year, but with 74% of very satisfied owners.
Source: ChangeWave Research