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.
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.
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