Apple's new tablet scored even higher than the old. Heat-gate was a nonissue.
It's not often you can get 200 people to agree about anything, nevermind something as controversial as a new Apple (aapl) product.
But on several issues the new iPad owners surveyed last week by ChangeWave Research were practically unanimous.
- 98% were either satisfied (16%) or very satisfied (82%) with their new toy
- What they liked best "by a landslide" (75%) was the high-res display
- 89% said the much-publicized heat issue was either not a problem or something they had never experienced
No other tablet is getting stratospheric satisfaction ratings like this, not even the iPad 2. Only 74% of iPad 2 owners surveyed in February pronounced themselves "very satisfied."
And based on a side-by-side comparison of "Heatgate" and "Antennagate," ChangeWave concluded that the operating temperature of the new iPad was a non-issue for most users: "Simply put, the heat issue does not appear to be a perceived problem for the overwhelming majority of new iPad owners." See below.
Below the fold: The rest of the ChangeWave charts.
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The more details from the report are available here. ChangeWave Research is a service of 451 Research.