- Jun 18, 2009
Yes, iPod Touch and iPad are two different devices and perhaps you'd think one can't replace the other. But, if you could have only one, what would you choose? Or, will you simply have both?
The iPad won't do anything I need that my Touch doesn't already. The Touch goes everywhere with me, and when I need more functionality or a larger screen, I use my laptop.Yes, iPod Touch and iPad are two different devices and perhaps you'd think one can't replace the other. But, if you could have only one, what would you choose? Or, will you simply have both?
I think this is exactly what I'm going to do. An iPad would be perfect for me, especially lounging around my dorm or laying in bed, or just hanging around campus. Plus I've waited long enough for a verizon iPhone but I'm going to get one this summer no matter what.None of the above. I'm going to be selling my iPod Touch for the next gen iPhone when it comes out. And possibly buying the iPad too.
Right, nobody would buy it. But one question I have is, how do all those apps look blown up to iPad-size? I imagine some would look pretty good, others not so much.Apple should be given kudos for making the iPad compatible with the Applications library in iTunes. Imagine how many more people would not buy it if that compatibility was not there.
It's going to take more than software to make me want one of these.When the native software library matures a lot of iPad-sceptics will suddenly want one too. Until then, I hope Apple can keep up with new orders.
Same here. If the iPhone comes to Verizon then I'm getting it. If not, I'll sell my current iPod Touch and wait for the next generation iPod Touch or get the iPad. I already have a 4th Gen. iPod Nano, which is more suitable when I'm working out.None of the above. I'm going to be selling my iPod Touch for the next gen iPhone when it comes out. And possibly buying the iPad too.
The iPad's IPS LED-backlit display is far superior to the CCFL-backlit iPod touch screen. IPS panels are what creative professionals use for their monitors, they have excellent color accuracy amongst other qualities.Ok if I was to go out and buy one or the other and they were both the same price... I would totally get the touch for several reasons. One being you can take it almost anywhere and the screen has a better picture (so ive heard).
I usually do not read news and all except for macrumors on my iPod
so why would I need a bigger screen? My goodness think of putting on a screen protector) a crack in the screen? Omgoodness. Besides after a while the ipad/iPod touch screen hurts your eyes. Get the kindle if you need to read news or books. It comes with free 3g network too. Right?
My eyes don't normally see color when I'm reading a book.The Kindle hurts my eyes. And all other B&W E-Ink displays. My eyes normally see color and now suddenly I'm paying to see B&W? That's not a feature, it's a limitation. If B&W is a feature, then why did we switch to color TV? B&W screens are an insult to human eyes.