Should you wait in Line for the Ipad 2?

With line ups beginning nearly twenty four hours before the sale of the Ipad 2 and extending for as long as a block, you might want to consider the choice to stand in line and wait for the release of the Ipad 2.

How many of the Ipad 2 models are going to be released for the store? You can take this information into account and therefore consider whether it’s worth it to stand in line based simply on your place in the line. If there are sufficient Ipads that are available, it might be worth the wait – but what if you are in line for hours with no results to show for the Ipad 2? You can find out how many are in stock through a simple phone call to the store.

Apple Store Crabtree Valley Mall - Raleigh, NC
Apple Store Crabtree Valley Mall - Raleigh, NC (Thanks, Chad H and MacDailyNews.com)

There are many places to shop rather than the Apple store. Calling around to retailers in your area can help you to find an in-stock Ipad in stock and hopefully stop you from having to wait in line for hours on end.

 

Map of line at 3pm at Apple Store SoHo - New York City
Map of line at 3pm at Apple Store SoHo - New York City (Thanks, Mmm and MacWorldNews.com)

Waiting a couple of days until the excitement of the release dies down can mean that you are able to scoop up and Ipad before waiting in line and can even allow you to stop by the store to try out the various models and learn the specifications of each model. This way, you can compare the prices and promotions that are going on through the various stores, too.

For customers that aren’t happy about the wait in line or the wait that comes from buying the Ipad in store, there are always options that are available online. Expedited shipping options that are available for the Ipad can even allow you to have the Ipad in as little as a couple of days. This way, you can get all the fun of the Ipad, without waiting in line.

 

Apple Store Ala Moana - Honolulu, HI
Apple Store Ala Moana - Honolulu, HI (Thanks, Terry & Jeanne G. also MacWorldNews.com)

 

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