LATEST UPDATE: January 17, 2012 – Since many of you are having issues replacing your iPad’s at the Apple Store although I sincerely believe you should have them replace your iPad if they did it for me and a few other why not do it for you. We have signed up as an affiliate of iResQ-Apple Product Repair where they might be able to fix your iPad.
UPDATE : December 4, 2011 – Many of you have written to me directly regarding Apple replacing my iPad free of charge. As you can see in the comments below people have written and left an update on how Apple replaced their iPad one time without cost. So before you go to an Apple Store taking the link to this post might be useful because this is an issue that Apple is more than of aware of. I get at least 100 visitors a day to this post regarding similar scenarios.
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Update March 22 4pm est : I have received thanks to my friend @jcity07 and my brother @javierrcolon my Ipad replacement. I really appreciate the help and sacrifices they did to make this happen and also the Apple Store Team at Danbury, CT for making this situation and more pleasant one.
UPDATE : I was able to ship my Ipad 2 to my brother and the awesome management of the Danbury Apple Store where able to exchange my Ipad 2 for a new one. I guess once again I can say Apple takes care of me for being an early implementer. Thanks Apple. So please read below and make sure you get it a solid case I learned my lesson.
After enjoying my Ipad 2 for my first two days I realized today how Fragile it can be.
The new cover looks like a masterpiece but I came to find out that it does not do its job protecting the screen or ipad. I have noticed that the Ipad port is bit difficult to remove the cable on many occasions. While trying to remove the cable it slipped out of my hand at no more than two feet from the floor. It hit the floor at one of its edges and sadly it cracked the complete screen.
After calling Apple care and getting no solution to the problem I am analyzing on what to do with my New Ipad 2 with a cracked screen.
For those of you who are thinking of not buying the IPAD 2 a good cover think twice. Such an expensive piece of hardware and with just one drop the money goes down the drain.
It is also terrible that Apple Products have such a huge acceptance in Puerto Rico and Apple treats us as Second Tier customers. It would be great if they could look for a reasonable solution.
Has anyone else run into the issue of removing the cable from the port on the Ipad 2?
Stylish but not very protective Cover…
I am currently switching using the iPad 2 Defender Series Case to the iPad 2 Reflex Series Case (Agility) which I received as a complimentary review sample and I highly recommend it