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mark5692

  • 3 years ago

why does people buy ipads(which is extremely expensive) when they can simply buy an ipod touch 4g (which is way cheaper)? the reason why i ask this is because they both have the same features.

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  1. MathCurious
    • 3 years ago
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    Similar features but obviously different capabilities. Plus, the consumer always feels more is better. Just like purchasing televisions. Would you want the 24 inch our the 48 inch tv. :)

  2. mark5692
    • 3 years ago
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    True! :) but i don't see why people still spend over atleast 400 dollars just for a bigger screen when you think about it. I kinda find that ridiculous because why would somebody wanna carry around a big tablet when you can simply just carry around something small

  3. MathCurious
    • 3 years ago
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    it isn't always about portability. I don't have an iPad, but I do use a tablet however. It is great for studying and I do just about everything with it my laptop can. Yes, it is even a lot lighter than my HP notebooks I used to haul around campus. Price? they match notebooks! The screen doesn't strain my eyes either when I look at it for over an hour. Apple does give you a little bang for your buck. The camera capabilities are in fact different. The iPad gets a slightly clearer image where the touch is subject to white washed images.Technologies in phones are accelerating forward real fast and tablets are almost full-fledged computers. This is an obvious business lesson. If there are people willing to pay for it there is nothing keeping Apple from setting a price tag consumers will pay. Sometimes you have to look at it from other folks' eyes. Especially the elders. ;)

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