Which Ipad for Drawing

Discussion in 'iPad General Discussions' started by michaelministry, May 3, 2011.

  1. michaelministry

    michaelministry iPF Noob

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    I know the Ipad 2 has a faster processor, but will that help in an art drawing program? I do not plan on doing animations.
     
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    Somerled iPad Junkie

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    It won't matter either way.
     
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    Except the 2 will process and display that much smoother and faster due to it's superior processing power
     
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    It helps. Some art app still have a bit of drawing lag even in the iPad 2, but it is less. Whether it's worth an extra $100 for the moderate performance increase? eh, personal choice.


    As far as I know, no one has written a drawing program to take advantage of the dual core yet, and that most likely would be a really worth while performance increase.
     

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