Every review I've read about Nexus 7 2nd-gen are all about praising it. I've read a lot of "the best 7" tablet" and similar. But then, the iPad Mini is recommended. Why? I really don't get it...
My sister wanted to use my iPad so that she didn't have to bring her photos on her macbook to school. She synced the photos from her macbook, but do not know how to get rid of the albums that she had created. There is no way that I can delete the albums from my iPad. I would like to just put them back, somehow onto my computer, but I don't know if that's an option. Please help me! :)
I am looking at upgrading from an iPhone 4S to a Samsung Galaxy Note II or Note III, depending on release dates. I was wondering if the large size of the Note is too big of a difference to handle from an iphone, or if leaving the Apple ecosystem is too big of a feat (I have an iPad). Don't get me wrong, I love the features of iOS. It just seems like there isnt much further Apple can go with it without jeopardizing the familiarity of iOS. Samsung and Google, on the other hand, are pretty much...
I have an iPad 1 and wonder if I should get the mini.
A friend of mine has the following setup:
Photos taken with her iPhone are backed up via iCloud and synced onto her MacBook Air.
If she deletes a photo on her iPhone, would it get automatically delete from the MBA?
What about the opposite? Would deleting a photo from the MBA automatically delete it from her iPhone?
I've noticed that pretty much every major tech website is referenced in device reviews except The Verge. They've become fairly big players in the tech journalism game, and I'd always imagined the gdgt team and The Verge team would be pretty close considering their lineage. Any particular reason the site is left off?
Does anyone have the Ten One Pogo Connect, I've been wanting one since around when they came out but I was waiting for the holidays. Now I have an iPad mini, anyone have one? Do you like it? If so do you have an iPad mini, and is it a bad experience on that?
I have heard the iPad Mini has the same processor as the iPad 2. Since apple has already starting dropping support for the iPad 2 in many respects, will this cause the iPad mini to out date faster than it normally would?