[BCAB] Iphone and Ipad - just curious!!

Steve Nutt steve at comproom.co.uk
Sun Feb 2 09:35:48 GMT 2014


Hi,

Not the same exactly, but I also have an Android phone and an Android
tablet.  Sometimes I want to read a book but don't want to drain the battery
on my phone doing it.  So my tablet is usually but not always, my book
reader.

All the best

Steve

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-----Original Message-----
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of M F Mason
Sent: 30 January 2014 13:41
To: BCAB Discussion List
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Iphone and Ipad - just curious!!

Hello Jackie,

Your take on it does help.
I was simply interested in why a totally blind person might choose to 
have an Iphone and an Ipad.

Many thanks for helping to satisfy my curiousity,

Mike.
At 12:02 30/01/2014, you wrote:
>Hi Mike
>
>Put quite simply, I just like iOS devices.  I use my iPad Mini for music,
>SkyGo and BT Sport, Twitterrific and connecting my BrailleSense via
>Bluetooth.  My iPhone, meanwhile, is reserved for texting, phone calls and
>notes.  And my iPod Touch fourth generation is my radio where TuneIn Pro is
>the order of the day.  As a total, I don't have any issues with one over
the
>other, but I like to have more than one iOS device to divvy out tasks.
>
>Not sure if this helps, but that's my take on it.
>
>
>
>Kind regards,
>
>Jackie Brown
>Twitter: @thebrownsplace
>Skype: Thejackmate
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces at lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of M F Mason
>Sent: 29 January 2014 20:26
>To: bcab at lists.bcab.org.uk
>Subject: [BCAB] Iphone and Ipad - just curious!!
>
>Hello,
>
>Having started to use an Iphone (with much still to learn),
>I have not had any hands on experience of an Ipad or any of its variants.
>I imagine they have much in common and several differences including
>screen size and possibly better speakers.
>I can imagine that someone with sufficient vision to read a screen
>might find it easier to read books using an ipad with a larger screen
>than an Iphone.
>I can also imagine that a totally blind person may prefer to listen
>to music on an Ipad rather than an Iphone.
>I was simply curious if there are other reasons why a totally blind
>person might have an Iphone as well as an Ipad or one of its variants.
>
>Many thanks,
>
>Mike.
>
>
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