So does this make the $130 3G iPad upgrade essentially useless? Well yes, but only if you have an iPhone or device that is able to tether to the iPad. It also comes down to whether or not you are willing to turn on personal hotspot every time you want to use your iPad outside of home, or if you would prefer the quicker option of inbuilt 3G.
In today’s economy, I wouldn’t go spending that extra cash when I already have the capabilities within my iPhone 4 and my iPad 2 Wifi model. But if you don’t mind the added cost, inbuilt 3G can always be a handy option.
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