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"I was talking about tablets in general not just Ipad.
As for typing on a bluetooth keyboard.. You would also need a stand for the screen right?
And then having the screen standing on a desk or table makes that 10 inch screen pretty small."
"I'm sorry, I'm sure for some people with practice it's do-able to type on a tablet with or without a keyboard but compared to a desktop (with full blown keyboard, nice big screen and a MOUSE) it's crap."
"I'm not even talking about wanting to insert a picture (you have to edit first) in your text file. On PC that is a breeze (open picture in Photoshop, edit, save, drag towards open text file, adjust size, done)"
"I wouldn't even want to try that on an Android tablet."
"Maybe it works better on an Ipad, no idea."
"You can't even type normally on a tablet it's crappy and really only for small comments and such. You could buy one with an attached keyboard but then it's called a laptop..
If you want to do anything creative (writing, drawing, photoshop, etc.)or do some work a tablet is useless.
Hell, try to make something as simple as a curriculum vitae on a tablet.
Tablets are for surfing the web, doing some Facebook games but not if you want to do anything even remotely serious."
That's a very good question.
I don't know how closed Iphone exactly is so maybe some of these things it can do:
- Installing apps outside of the store
- Installing a different home screen
- Installing apps which makes changes to the home screen (smaller and custom icons, etc.)
- Complete freedom to put whatever file on the internal memory or SD.
- Being able to place and use MP3's as ringtone
I can without rooting change the whole home screen environment with different functionality, as much icons as I want,even on top of each other, custom icons, different functions, etc. etc. Basically I can design my own home screen (up to a point)
I haven't rooted my phone but these are the things I do on my phone now.
I want to root my phone so I have even more control. (get rid off stock apps, placing apps on SD card, different start up screen, different menu, etc.)"
"@TarickStonefire Well for a start how about being able to put your own files onto the phones storage?
Apple doesn't trust you to be able to do that so they force you through iTunes which is a horrific piece of bloated and slow software.
"I used to be an iPhone user but I switched to android this year and after a short period of usage you quickly notice all these little things here and there which you think to yourself, you would never have been allowed to do that with an iPhone. "
"Sadly I can not buy from Amazon until they pay their proper taxes.
It's alright me getting cheap things but when they're making billions of pounds profits and not putting anything back, it is pure greed. Corporation tax helps us pay for public services like the police and the NHS, keep the economy going and people in jobs.
Avoidance and evasion is unacceptable and disgraceful and all the cheap shit in the world isn't worth giving them a penny."
iOS simply "freezes" applications and restarts them, rather than allowing them to run in the background
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