I'm thinking of getting an ipad. I'm thinking it would be good to have another ios device for apps and activities that use a lot of battery. for example, I might use the ipad for streaming videos from netflix, youtube and other video streaming services as well as use facebook which has been known to use up a lot of battery.
However, I can't justify this because my thinking is if you've already got all those apps on an iphone, what's the point of having another device. Perhaps I'm over thinking it. I think the battery argument is a good one, but not sure if that's enough to spend money on an ipad. I mean, when the phone gets low sure I can just plug it into power.
Just wondering what other vision impaired users who have both iphone and ipad use there ipads for? especially since we don't need all that extra screen space.
Another question, do you find it easier to type messages on an ipad? I imagine you would use two fingers? the left index finger for the left side of the keyboard, and the right index for the right side?