- Mar 20, 2008
I'm really debating on the two I know I'm definitely getting the wifi/LTE one but I dunno if I should just pony up the extra $100 for the 64gb or save that $100 for a case.
On the iPad it doesn't cost anything per month if you don't activate a plan, and of course you can turn the plans on and off each month too.Who is getting LTE and why ?
I am thinking I should but I can tether if I take LTE it cost more to begin with and it cost $10 a month
How doe it cost anything?On the iPad it doesn't cost anything per month if you don't activate a plan, and of course you can turn the plans on and off each month too.
I'll get LTE capable on both iPad Mini and the iPad 4, with a plan constantly on for the Mini at the outset and turned on as and when for the bigger guy I think.
64GB and 32GB. What's on your iPad Patrick?I'll keep my bigger iPad at 64GB, right now I have the iPad 3 but will likely sell it in next few weeks and switch to ipad 4 also at 64GB. I'll also grab a 32GB iPad Mini and keep it with a slightly trimmer set of apps on it than its bigger sibling.
For my music I use a streaming service called audiogalaxy it lets me stream my iTunes music from my iMac to all my devices through wifi or 3G/LTE.I guess it's really a personal choice. iPads are used in so many different ways. Ask yourself these questions. Do I have a lot of music or will I be putting a lot of music on it? How much content do I stream? Do I use apps like spotify, pandora, Netflix more than buying content on iTunes and storing it on my device. Do I have pages and pages of apps or do I typically stick to just a handful of apps?
If you are a huge music lover like myself ya may want to look into Spotify. You can make playlists with over 2 million tracks. They have new albums usually a couple weeks after their initial release and has reduced my playlist to almost nothing allowing me to not need the 64gig model. Only downside is that they don't have heavily copywrited artist like the Beatles. It costs 9.99 a month for mobile but that's less than an album a month on iTunes. If ya wanted to check it out the desktop version is free w/ ads.
Best advice I have if you already have an iDevice is do a quick clean up of the apps you haven't used in a long while and delete them. Do the same with your music library also. Then see how much available storage you have left. It'll probably be pretty obvious which you should get at that point.