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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by UBS28, Dec 21, 2014.
Any iPhone 6 plus owners here that don't use their tablet anymore after buying the iPhone 6 plus?
I tried doing that, but when I am home I grab for the tablet. The 6+ does mean I do not have to bring my tablet outside of the home though since the battey is so good.
IMO, the 6+ can replace a tablet in the sense it has excellent battery. It is still too small to be a tablet though.
It can replace a 5.5" tablet but not a big one.
I have not only replaced my tablet with the 6+ but it is now my only computer and I am loving it.
My 6 plus and MacBook Air is all I need. I never had a need nor want for an iPad.
I still use my iPad air as well as the iP6+
I don't see either replacing each other in my usage.
I would imagine if you don't have a laptop you'll still need a tablet for larger screen applications, but I have a Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 sitting around that I haven't touched in a while. If I'm sitting around the house I'd rather have an actual keyboard and windowed interface, and if I'm on the go then a phone I can stick in my pocket works best.
For some people, the 6 Plus can replace the iPad mini or even the iPad (especially when they find themselves no longer using the latter as much). Not everyone is the same so we can't present anything as a fact.
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I'd still have to have my tablet/iPad full size. I read a lot of magazines and a screen smaller then the iPad would be too small to be comfortable reading the way magazines are laid out.
I stopped using the tablet completed. Granted, I didn't use it too much prior, but now there is no reason for it. I didn't have any iPad only apps and am perfectly happy with the screen size of the plus.
I have since started using the iPad as a second screen to OSX though. Figure I may as well get something out of it rather than paperwieght staus.
Gave my wife my riPad mine when I got my 6+. No regrets
I use my iPad about the same, but what I use it FOR has changed.
Basically, I don't carry it with me on my lunch break anymore to read stuff. But it's still useful to me when reading PDFs, or taking notes at meetings.
What kept it useful was MS Office coming out, and then later allowing basic editing for free. Now I do a lot more basic document editing with my iPad.
Same here. My iPad was my go-to consumption device to read news during my bus commute and during lunch. My iPhone 5 was just too small for that.
Now I leave the iPad home and use the 6 plus to catch up on the news. Its just big enough for it, and my favorite news apps - Wall Street Journal and Flipboard are well optimized for the 6 plus screen. Its a heck of a lot more portable to carry around.
At home, its back to the iPad Air 2.
I sold my iPad a while ago to buy some Android device that I no longer own. Had a 6 then found a guy on Craigslist that didn't like the size of the 6 plus and made that swap! That was my biggest reason for wanting a 6 plus. I was tired of the size of my iPad 2 and wanted a mini. The 6 plus is the perfect size for my wants for tablet use and even doubles as my phone to boot!!
You must only do very basic things on a computer for an iPad to replace it.
I wouldn't call it basic things.
The stuff I do ex ept for the normal consumer things is that I write alot and also do some coding, mostly php, html & css and the 6+ is perfectly fine for this and it is the only thing I need to carry with me.
Same here. Got rid of my iPad air and am now in the process of dumping my MacBook Air.
Depends on the tablet.
In ways other than screen size I don't think so. If you do a lot of Internet browsing the 6+ can be infuriating because lack of ram. But if you have a pre iPad air 2 iPad you know what that's like anyway.
If it's something like a windows tablet or maybe a note 10.1 id say no. If it's a nexus 7, then yes.
I was still using my iPad Air at first when I got my 6+ but slowly started using it less and less. Now, I only use my iPad Air when the 6+ is charging
when I first got my 6+ I used it more than my iPad mini bc of new toy love. Now I just use my phone more than my 5s when I'm out in public.
I was thinking of buying an iPad Air 2 or whatever but now that I have my 6 plus I don't think there is any need now.
Especially since the Air 2 can't really do anything that the 6+ can't (multi-tasking, etc).
Well for me even though they can do the same things, using the 6+ in bed or the couch versus an Air 2 wouldn't even be a close comparison. I wouldn't want to do things like read or watch videos on what's really a much smaller screen. I love my Air 2.
I'm near sighted, and I have both iPad mini and iPhone 6+. I have to read my iPad mini with glasses but 6+ without.