Apple Inc. took the wraps off a new iPad tablet with a sharper display and the ability to connect to the Internet on 4G broadband networks, as the electronics giant strives to stay ahead of rivals in a market it has helped create.
Regular readers know that I long ago became an Apple groupie (junkie, whatever). But whereas the iPad 2 and iPhone 4S were must-haves, so far the iPad 3 looks like an incremental improvement that could be skipped. I mostly use my iPad over wireless rather than cell networks. I'm invested in keyboards, cases, and other accessories that probably won't work with a larger model. I don't need a better camera on the iPad. And I certainly don't need one that's heavier. So I have a feeling I'll skip a generation.