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Discussion in 'iPad Reviews' started by Excession, Jun 5, 2010.
Well at the very least you have an option now, can't be a bad thing......can it?
The option to have my apps scrambled by the cloud or USB/wi-fi? That's really a stretch for looking on the bright side, lol.
You are right. I pad 2. Is wonderful . I tunes no so good.
Agree, I don't like iTune and I can't use iCloud because of a bug. On the iCloud window of Control Panel I check only Photo Stream. When I click Apply I get an Outlook Setup error.
I contacted Apple support in early October, after over 2 hours of waiting and talking at the phone they gave me a Case Number but I have not heard from them.
The revamped iTunes looks horrible. I prefer to the old interface.
The idea that you have to have a special program just to swap files is insane.
If there was an equally-powerful Android version of the aviation program that I needed this for in the first place, I'd be outta here so fast the air would crackle. Android pads are cheaper and if you plug one into any computer with a USB port, it thinks the Android is a drive -- you don't have to load software (which can be a problem on a shared computer, school computer, work computer, library computer, friend's computer, computer running non-Apple or non-Windoze OS, older computer without a lot of empty drive space, etc).
iTunes is an obstacle between the computer and the iPad, turning a simple, 1-minute task into five minutes worth of administrative annoyance. I am so disgusted with it that I will not buy another Apple product which can't be seen as a plug-and-play drive on a computer that has no special software.
I have to agree with this. iTunes is a nuisance at best. Dropbox and some other apps do make it easier to avoid but at some point you're gonna have to play in the iTunes space and I don't like it one bit. YUK!
I don't get the suffering over iTunes. I use it maybe once or twice a year. It's not an issue.
And cablets are so 2000ish.
i agree with Excession