You Can Laugh At Yourself The Moment You Say “Hello”
In fact, others may join you to celebrate a unique spectacle since the invention of the telephone. If you buy an iPad with a SIM, then you’d be forced to take a call with that big of a gadget covering your profile. And why might this happen? It’s because you might forget that you have a headset, and as you may know, busy businessmen are busy.
You Can Burrow Your Eyebrows The Moment You Begin To TypeThis is a problem with touch-based device screens. It totally ignored the concept of muscle memory where even if you’re not looking; you just know what you’re typing. It’s not helping if you have something as small as the iPhone and that your default key is QWERTY. Select the other and you’ll end up tapping multiple times. So don’t forget your glasses next time. And please, don’t compose an SMS while walking. You might lose more than your iPhone.
You Can Easily Find Your Way Around
With an iPhone, you’re more mobile than when you move around carrying something delicate in your hands. You can put the iPhone in your pocket and be where you need to be. With an iPad, you need to move with caution. Because it’s like a notebook, it requires extra effort in carrying around. It’s not proven to cut calories though – except when you start to run.
You Can Browse With Ease
Take a laptop and divide the screen by four. The quotient is your tablet. If you’re a heavy user of the Internet for business purposes, the iPad is better or you. At least you have a wider screen for viewing content and to digest information. With an iPhone, you need to do so much on a miniscule screen – something that doesn’t really encourage you to work.
You Can Browse With Luxury And With PrivacyWhile the iPad is ideal for businessmen who are on the move, the iPhone is appropriate for people who only use their phones for personal browsing. Playing games is also easier on the iPhone because tapping is easier. And just in case you have someone at the back, taking a peek at your personal browsing habits, you can easily hide the iPhone. With the iPad, it’s an effort to cover stuff with both of your hands.
It’s not really difficult to choose one between the two. All you need to consider is functionality and usage. You can’t optimize a tablet’s feature and benefits if the only thing you’re after is a bigger screen. The same can be said for the iPhone. But if you still can’t decide, get them both.