A trip off the desk, landing charging cable first on a hardwood floor, sprung this iPad 2's glass and broke the home button.
Ordinarily I advise people to upgrade their gadgets every second generation. So why am I not taking my own advice with the third-generation iPad?
Maybe it was carelessness. Then again, maybe my Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 was jealous that the iPad 2 was getting all the attention.
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