Apple’s iPad comes in two versions. Wi-Fi. Or, Wi-Fi plus 3G. In the US that means using AT&T’s problematic 3G network. Jenna Wortham in NYT’s Bits:
Buyers of the iPad will grapple with the question of whether spending the extra cash for a model outfitted for wireless data over AT&T’s overtaxed network will be worth it.
AT&T’s response? Spokesman John Stankey:
We’ve got an aggressive plan to benefit everyone
We’ll see. Start with Manhattan, please.