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so if i store photo's in the cloud, then i don't need storage on my ipad...... true?
I personally couldn't justify the cost hike for the 64gb model so I went with the 32 instead. Totally pleased with my decision. I've never had a storage issue and don't foresee one in the future. I'm not the type to have a bunch of movies or even songs stored so my test case might be friendlier to the 32. However, I don't skimp on apps and do have quite a few office docs stored on there created in QuickOffice pro.
$100 bucks just seems like a lot for that upgrade, IMO.
I don't store music of movies on my iPads.....and I'm still challenged for space. I take a lot of photos and have a lot of apps and PDFs for work on mine. I've even start taking stuff off.
I just had to wipe all the movies off my iPad 2 because I'd maxed out my 64 GBs storage and couldn't even update apps, lol. Good thing my iPad 4 64GB has arrived, lol. I'm splitting content.
So you got it all charged up? Let us know if you can see the difference in a 1080p move and a 720p one. Well, assuming you can even get 1080p movies without ripping them yourself. I don't know if iTunes has them or not, as I've never bought a movie from them.
I've also been streaming like crazy from Kindle Fire HD on wifi. I love the bloody thing. It's got a nice screen and the sound is great for a tablet. I'm testing battery life and if it lives up to near the 11 hours as advertised, I'm going to buy another. I'm double teaming an iPad with Fire on my Levo stand -- surfing on iPad and streaming video on Fire. Fire HD is perfect for that for me. Its speakers are so loud that I don't have to bother with my Jambox speakers, which saves me the bother of charging more devices. It annoys me if I'm watching something and I get a low-battery warning.