Lately there’s been a lot of buzz online talking about trial trials to give away the new iPad. But some of us don’t bother to sign up because we’re not sure if the offer is real or not. Believe it or not, there are legitimate offers that allow you to get an iPad for FREE by trying it out and giving Apple Corporation feedback on their new product.
Don’t waste time trying to win one or wait in the long lines that will eventually start to form once the Apple Store starts selling the new iPad. I know some of you have pockets full of money, but if you’re like me, I’d rather get one for free and save my money for software and new apps to run on my iPad. There are ways to try and keep an iPad for free, and if you’re interested in getting one of your own, keep reading the rest of this article.
You may think this offer is fake or some kind of scam, but if you’ve been online lately, there have been a ton of offers available to win an iPad. But this offer allows you to keep one simply for trying it. As long as you follow the instructions correctly and complete the offers, you’ll have an iPad in no time. The cost of the device is covered by third-party sponsors.
Apple Corporation wants customers like you to try out their new iPad and provide a review of how the new tablet computer works. Now to me that sounds like a pretty sweet deal. Reviews like these are often honest and harsh, helping Apple Corporation find any bugs in the system or learn about apps customers may want or need that they may not have thought of. This is far more valuable to them than any amount of advertising. Think about it; How many times have you thought “man I wish there was an app for this or an app for that”. Well, this is your chance to have your voice heard.
You better act fast, once Apple Corporation gets enough feedback on the new iPad this offer will be gone. Once they have an idea of how to improve your product or market your product to increase sales and profits, the free offers will be gone. It would be very smart of you to become a test subject for the new iPad and be the first geek on the block to own one. Once the iPad hits the shelves, I’m sure you’ll regret being the one who couldn’t tell Apple how to improve its revolutionary new device.