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Discussion in 'iPad' started by TechnicalGeek1111, May 14, 2017.
Is the ipad just a larger ipod touch? How about the Ipad Pro?
First, I don't understand your thread title at all. What do you mean is an iPad worth the upgrade over an iPod touch? They are Entirely two different devices.
What Exactly do you want to know about the iPad Pro?
If you're comparing the iPad to the iPod, they're completely two different devices, even though they have similar fashions with the user interface.
There are tasks that you're not able to complete on your iPod that you would be able to on your iPad.
Basically, iOS in current form on an iPad is a bloated version of iPhone OS.
They looks like different and have different usage cases. However, what you can do most on iPod may be able to finish faster on iPad, or cannot finish at all depending on app support, and vise versa.
For example, if one app does not officially support iPad, then you may not be able to use that app on iPad. On the other hand, you can use some drawing app on your iPod but those apps work a lot better on an iPad. Microsoft office apps work better on iPad than on iPod.
But still, iOS on iPad is mainly just a bloated version of iPhone OS.
How about you read some reviews on the current hardware. It's pretty obvious that it's not an iPod touch, in my opinion. That's been established when the first iPad came to market, 7 years ago.
Basically, all I want to know is whether an ipad is just a bigger ipod touch. Are there really any other noteable differences besides screen size. Can I use it for college in terms of notetaking? With the ipad pro inquiry, I wanted to know what is the difference between the Ipad and Ipad Pro besides the keyboard and the apple pencil. I don't want to feel like wasting money in purchasing an Ipad if it turns out that it's just a bigger ipod touch. That's all. I hope that clarified it.
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Thank you! That's all I wanted to know!
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I think your title is what is confusing and makes no sense.
Yes you can use the iPad to take notes in college, you can even write them with the Apple Pencil (pro) something you would not be able to do on a lowly 4th gen iPod. Also iOS has changed a great deal from what iPod 4th gen supports offering many new features. One thing you can do on the iPad is have a browser open with a picture in picture video and use slide over for messaging all at the same time. I'd say NO and iPad is not a bigger iPod touch because of its multi tasking features (which are not even present on the iPhone).
Do you listen to music on your iPod? Can you carry your iPad in your pocket?
Well , answering your question , The Ipad Air 2 and Ipad Pro is a HUGE upgrade over the Ipod Touch 4 gen. Even the Air 1 ,IMO is a HUGE upgrade over the Touch 4.
If you want to replace your Ipod touch 4 , well, buy the Ipod touch 6.Larger size, A8 processor , better screen, and it is available in various colors too . and its cheaper than Ipad Pro
An Ipad doesnt replace an Ipod/Iphone . IMO . No,its not a larger ipod . Its a tablet.
If you want to buy an Ipad , buy an Ipad 2017 or if you can afford an 9.7 Ipad Pro
The short answer is YES! The iPod 4th generation is almost useless (iOS 6 Max update). UNLESS you only listen to music AND you already have the music on there! I would DEFINITELY upgrade to a newer iPad. I have the iPad Air 1 (I'm using it now Lol) and it works GREAT! I would upgrade for sure though.
Yes, it's worth going from iPod touch to iPad.
Larger screen, multitasking, 10 hour battery life, iOS 11, more up to date processor so it's also faster.
Go for the iPad 2017 vs. The Air 2 at this point in time, as it's more recent and is a processor generation ahead.