Without the iPad you are missing at least half the show.
Me like big screen, but then again teh Iphone 4 is the ultimate in portability.
I find I use them both equally.
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iPad 32G 3G AT&T
iPhone 4 16G
MacBook 13" White
iPod Touch 4th Gen
iPod Nano 5th Gen
Getting into using apps with the gps are actually usable... I have the iPad and the gps even works when there is no cell service, I've used it in northern canada driving days past cell coverage and as long as you have the maps loaded your good to go... as a pilot/ driver you can have it open on a map and leave it in the passenger seat and read it without leaving the controls or worrying about getting pulled over.
Also at the time I got mine, I had worked the math that the plans and 3 year contract for the iPhone 4 vs iPad data plan and basic phone/ text plan on the cheap jobber phone; it was $600 cheaper over the 3 years to go with the iPad and jobber phone.
But at this point I would like to get an iPhone to go with it... hope that helps
I had my iPad before the iPhone, i was always against apple and a Nokia fan. After seeing how well put together ios was I just had to get an iphone.
If you dont want an ipad because alot of people dont really "need" one. Just save your dosh. But they are a really nice piece of kit
I could not do without iPhone and iPad. Different devices , different applications and different experiences. Enjoy them both now and looking forward to the iPhone 5 and iPad 3.
I was given an iPad 2 at the end of May, and use it all day for various things. The iWorks apps are great for writing letters, making checklists, spreadsheets etc. It is great for watching on demand telly and films, surfing the web etc. However, after upgrading to ios5, and finding out how fantastic the reminders app is, and becoming increasing reliant on the calendar to keep my life in order, I bought an iPhone 4 last month. I love that the two devices talk to each other so well. I can make a 'to do' list on my iPad when sitting in front of the telly, but read it on my phone when in town the next day. It really is brilliant, and I wouldn't want to manage without either device now.
Absolutely, definitely go for it. You won't regret it for a minute, and you'll love your iPhone even more too.
What apps do you use for your spreadsheets??Originally Posted by Jockscrap
What's the best app for writing letters etcOriginally Posted by Jockscrap
I had an iPhone before I got my iPad. If both are at hand, I grab the iPad first, and for that reason I considered going to a regular phone.
But... there are many times when when I don't have my iPad, but my iPhone is ALWAYS with me. So, I'll be keeping both. :-)
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