This is a discussion on I Come In Peace: Nexus 7 vs Ipad 3 within the iPad 3 Forum forums, part of the Apple iPad Discussions category; Originally Posted by AQ_OC I will argue once again that one reason why Android phones have become so big is because of the ads in ...
Last edited by andrzejls; 10-13-2012 at 07:13 PM.
I use both an I-Pad3 and a Nexus7. Nexus for reading in bed and I-Pad for almost everything else. Both are good machines BUT the vote goes to the I-Pad for a very simple, non-technical reason. I get wi-Fi in the bedroom with the I-Pad and not with the Nexus. Other areas are similar; the Nexus just doesn't pick up the signal like the I-Pad. The range is at least 30 feet further with the I-Pad.
Really....why are you here?
What is the benefit to you....or the members of this forum?
Wondering....Try to stroke your ego or just a troll?
Comparing 7 to 10 speaks volumes......how about comparing a Corolla to a F-350?
I was on the Android playing field for quite some time and got sick and tired of buggy apps, slow OS, unpolished system.
iOS just plain works great and does it significantly smoother and quicker with a lot of finesse.
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The only thing I've see "true multitasking" apps do is use more battery life while running in the background.
The truth is, Android does suspend apps when they are no longer the focus, just like iOS. Only certain apps get around this, just like iOS.
It's clear you don't know enough about Android to know that.
I actually switched from iPhone 4S to a Samsung Galaxy Note 5" phablet because there was so little screen space on iPhone when I read news and books. I got tired of three or four lines of a few news stories, and the small maps display, and that was what initially got me considering the Note. I don't like to carry a full-size tablet out at all times, and a bigger phone/phablet has been the perfect 'tweener for most days. (The only thing I'd would've preferred: 3G rather than LTE for longer battery life, but my Note usually lasts all day and lets me pop in a replacement battery if not.)
I've been very happy with the switch, though I still use iPhone as a media player (and as a phone overseas, because mine is unlocked).
I think they're both good devices, but if I had to give up one, I'd give up the iPhone, no question.
You come in peace? HOW! (hand raised)
I can't help wondering how many of these peace (research?) missions to the iPad forum you will continue to undertake.
Last August you came in peace to "learn about" iOS6 v Jellybean, and produced a quite pathetic little list of attributes in favour of iOS6 compared to a large scrape-anything-of the-floor points in favour of Android. I note then you were particularly asking for "no fan-boy or trolling comments" which terms sharply come to mind in reading your posts. Having produced your meager list of the iOS6 specifics, you then put up the lame, unprofessional (compared to what is expected from a true "researcher") plea "Plz something else to add for iOS6 anything at all".
That was last August, but again now you are still researching! Again you come to the iPad forums knowing we are a bunch of iPad enthusiasts, "asking for advice". TRY to get to grips with the overall message you are getting in this forum. I would respectfully suggest you change your field of "research" to cooking shows.
As predicted, this thread will now be closed. We wish for the OP to realize that this is an iPad Forum and should he wish to discuss the specs of a droid device, to visit one of our sister Android Forums and continue his discussion there.
With this-we will now close this thread. Thank you for your understanding.
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