I just lost some points reading this thread.
Who in there right mind is not looking forward to an OS update?
Jailbreaking is all fun and games, but, the device should should work at it's best after the Apple guys fix the bugs and put out an update.
The point it to make the IPad better without sacrifice of battery drain or crappy wifi.
Hopefully Apple with go the open-source route.
Last edited by rossi636; 07-30-2010 at 05:52 PM.
Oh, and I'm sane most days.
i can't wait for 4.0 on the iPad... there's a lot of little things missing...
Not trying to pick a fight, simply stating the obvious.
wut?Hopefully Apple with go the open-source route.
iPad 64GB WiFi OS 5.0.1
I rather wish to have my quick app switch like the way that ios4 provides, not that backgrounder is bad, but I don't want it to drain my battery life as I will be watching out the background running apps all the time(or manually close em).
Plus I prefer to keep it simple, JB is just a little bit too much for me...
I'm a Mac.
I agree that the iPhone is Apple's flagship product but I'd have thought the profit per unit is greater for iPads?
New iPad wifi + 3G 64GB
Paired with Macbook Pro
Backed up to iCloud
Looking at the memory that is free on my iPhone 4 right now, I see 135 MB. That is not much left out of the 512 MB with which we start.
Using the Remove BG function brings the 135 MB free up to 318 MB, illustrating that the entire memory in between was being taken up with pre-loaded applications, the decision to pre-load being made based on what I had recently used.
You can see that Apple would struggle a little bit with what percentages to use when dealing with the iPad because when you get down below maybe 60 MB free you can cause a hiccup if you suddenly shock the device with a huge, fat streaming HD video or something.
I'm sure they can figure it out, but I'm also sure that the smaller amount of memory in the iPad vs iPhone makes for slightly different priorities. :-)