Well said.

via: [Fail Blog]

  • Chris

    I do not own an iPad or iPhone. I have a 3rd generation iPod touch tho. I’m considering upgrading it. Currently I also do not own an e-book reader of any type; for this purpose the iPod screen is too small for my tastes. The iPad mini may be suitable for what I would want/need from my upgrade.

  • http://twitter.com/damian61094 Damian A

    You can fit a small tablet in a large pocket. But of course, you can fit an iPad in a HUGE pocket.

  • tkr1

    what an arrogant asshole idea… “you need to re-evaluate your priorities” … “so they are getting more and more similar to what I, who knows YOUR needs best, think is a good priority.”

    what about not caring about what other people need and find important for themselves? if you’re not the target for a product, do not buy it and do not talk bullshit about it on the internet!

    • Rich

      And yet you also feel the need to talk about it…

  • tkr1

    Oh, and I’m saying this as someone who has an ipad and an iphone, and absolutely has no interest in the ipad mini… but other people may have, I’m not them.

  • Vampyre

    First world problems

  • http://www.facebook.com/firem00 Dave Carter

    What a load of bollocks. That’s like saying “iPhone is too small, iPad too big, don’t upgrade your iPhone to an S III as it’s in the middle for size”? iTard

  • Peter

    if it were a case about fitting the customers needs they wouldn’t release them a year apart they’d always have an option to have a large or a mini one…