Originally Posted by smuttlegiaco
shouldn't we try to give iPad 2&3 users the chance to buy a better looking version?
I am fairly certain that Gabrien's problem boils down to the fact that you are breaking convention somewhat (I could be wrong). For a while now, we've had standard (non-universal) apps accompanied by HD universal versions (though you are far from the first to do it this way). That convention however was established at a time when the iOS scene was a bit different. The iPhone 4 and 4th gen Touch came out with retina, and there was just the original iPad (I think, maybe the 2 had come out?). HD apps were HD for the small retina devices and the iPad. Anyway, things change. The 4th gen Touch is still the newest and is showing its age (trust me I'm an owner
), and the iPhone has only seen a slight improvement. There is now an iPad that can show like a million pixels per pixel or something. I think the universal, and iPad only HD makes sense, but these were never defined terms (other than Apple's definition of universal) and if the iOS world is anything, it's fluid. Anyone who thinks they can cling to socially constructed definitions of loose categorization naming standards, is probably going to be frustrated frequently