Off to the States in Jan, can anyone you tell me if I buy an Ipad over there are they the same spec same type as those sold in the UK.
I visited an Apple store for the store assistant tell me I should buy it here as they are different but he couldn't tell me why ?
As you can guess not techno minded so any advice would be welcome
Should add I'm buying it as a present
Friend of mine bought his son an Ipad while on holiday in the States but it wouldn't work properly in NZ where they live. I think they got round it somehow but not sure how.
I can't see why it would be any different. If you were buying a 3G one, that may be tied to a certain carrier I suppose. It's a USB charger anyway, so just plug the USB into a normal UK USB plug. The only reason why they would tell you not to buy abroad is that they would lose the sale in the store.
+1 to what Mr W said. Check out what's hot and new. You'll get a great deal over there. Buy two and come back on sell one and you'll make your money back.
In the interests of balance, and as an avid Apple fan, why would you buy an imitation / copy when you can buy the real deal?
<scurries off to hide in the corner and see whether this provokes a reaction?>
GOM. wrote (see)
As for which is better iPad or Samsung, comes down to personnel choice really.
the reason iPads, and the iPhones don't have flash installed comes down to licensing issues, .
there are many reasons but that isn't one of them.
if you just want to buy and use apps, then I feel Apple devices are the way to go, also from a point of ease of use.
not sure about that. there are plenty of android "apps" out there.
, it is installed on iMac, which may mean one day it will be installed on all Apple devices, or it might not.
i very much doubt it.
flash is definitely on the way out as far as other mobile devices are concerned.
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