ipad vs iphone

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    Two latest
    additions to
    the Apple
    product line
    are the iPad
    and the
    iPhone 4. What a lot of people noticed during the
    unveiling of the iPhone 4 is that it is actually
    powered by the very same A4 processor.
    Although they have similarities, they have
    differences that make them appropriate for certain
    uses. The biggest difference between them is
    their size (pun intended). The iPad is almost 7
    times bigger than the iPhone but is slightly
    thinner. The bigger device allows Apple to put
    better specs into the iPad.
    For one, the iPad has a 9.7 inch display while the
    iPhone has a 3.5 inch display but with only a
    slightly higher resolution. Despite that, the bigger
    screen of the iPad makes it much better when
    watching video or browsing the Internet. You can
    still do the same with the iPhone but you need to
    make do with the smaller screen and very
    frequent zooms when online. The iPad is also
    equipped with a bigger battery, to provide the
    same amount of video viewing or browsing
    time. The iPad has bigger power requirements
    and installing a battery with identical specs to that
    of the iPhone would mean lesser available power.
    Although the iPad has some advantages over the
    iPhone, there are also roles that only the iPhone
    can play. The iPad is not able to make calls or
    send text messages like the iPhone; after all who
    would want to hold the iPad to their face to make
    or receive a call. The iPad was also not equipped
    with a video camera, so you cannot record
    videos or even take pictures with it. The iPhone 4
    actually has 2 cameras, one on the rear for
    pictures and video and one in front for video
    calling.
    The iPad only has a few of the sensors you
    would find on the latest iPhone. The most
    important sensor right now is the gyroscope
    which allows for better motion sensing than the
    accelerometer. It should open up new possibilities
    for game controls and other stuff. Sadly, the
    current iPad cannot run those apps since it lacks
    the gyroscope of the iPhone.
    Summary:
    The iPad is much bigger than the iPhone
    The iPad has a bigger battery than the iPhone
    You can make calls on the iPhone but not on the
    iPad
    The iPhone has a camera but not the iPad
    The iPhone has more sensors than the iPad....
    now tell us the one better


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