|Feb 6, 2013, 08:38 AM||#1|
Faster flash in next Ipad?
I have an Ipad 3 64gb, however it got stolen i tracked it they bashed it and left it somewhere but i got it. im just going to sell it and wait for the Ipad 5 which i know will not be in march but later this year. i will opt for the 128gb as i have alot of media and hi res videos (GoPro Hero 3). Will out new ipad have a faster data transfer rate then the current ipad? otherwise ill be sitting in front of my imac for the next decade waiting to sync it!
|Feb 6, 2013, 09:10 AM||#2|
Not sure how much faster it will be. My iPad 4 64GB is pretty darn quick. I have a question for you though. Why not sync your iPad over night? I do a fair bit of data transfer (ie. movies) and it never takes that long.
|Feb 6, 2013, 02:47 PM||#3|
Syncing does not take long, and the limiting factor is the USB port, not the flash storage. It should be the same speed.
2012 13" MacBook Air | 2012 27" iMac | iPad 3 | iPhone 5
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