GPS on the iPad 2 (Part 3 of 3)

March 30, 2011

Our iPad 2 finally arrived last week, so we've been able to run a bunch of low-level sniff tests with the Bad Elf GPS to make sure there are no issues. Happy to report everything looks great! Some of our customers are already flying around the country with their iPad 2 and we aren't seeing any new support issues, just happy user reports.

Many of you are still waiting for your iPad 2 to arrive. Sorry to say we can't help with that, but rest assured, the Bad Elf GPS is fully compatible and ready to help guide you on your next flight/hike/boat/drive adventure!

Doing something cool with your Bad Elf GPS? Drop us a note or some pictures and we'll post your story to the blog.





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