This is a discussion on New York Times Says iPad Mini is By Far the Best iPad. within the Apple iPad News forums, part of the Apple iPad Forums category; Originally Posted by The OB Good points here! Next....will be....iPad 4. You may need to be quick or you'll end up with the iPad 5 ...
A pop up toaster.....actually that's a great idea, a slice of toast pops up from behind the screen while I'm doing my morning catch up, hmm, now, where did I put Jonny Ive's phone number.......Originally Posted by tlbaker
Ha ha!! Well, I am not upgrading anything from Apple for a while...Originally Posted by Gabriel1
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When you call, tell him to have it butter the toast and spread the jam as well.Originally Posted by Gabriel1
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People don't run benchmarks but they do run apps. Some of the higher end games and apps will likely be smoother and perform better with the better chip and graphics capabilities. It won't effect everyone but it is a factor. I know lots of people use phones for seemingly everything. Think the are crazy but that's just me. Phone screens are too tiny to do anything except a few texts or a simple game as far as I'm concerned. I guess you are correct in a way about screen size differences. I watch movies on my big plasma, not the iPad. But, for some before bed TV shows or something the iPad has much more screen real estate and that does matter.Originally Posted by AQ_OC
Being a guy that used to lug around a laptop for many years, I feel the regular iPad is extremely portable, easy to carry, and not heavy at all. Guess its a perspective thing!
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I have a lot of games....some of the the most complex for iPad. Apple has designed iOS so that any game for iPad runs well on iPad. The advantage OS the 3/4th gen is the high res graphics. The mini doesn't use those. As such, it runs apps well that we're designed for it. Developers develop for iPad 2, which is what the mini is. I don't think there is a single game that requires an iPad 4 to run, but if there is let me know....it might be a reason to consider an upgrade, though I'm current thinking 5th gen for my next upgrade, those that will depend also on the next version of the mini.
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