Forget iPad alone. How about iPhone 6 Plus alone?

http://mobile.nytimes.com/2014/09/18/technology/personaltech/review-apple-iphone-6-plus-phablet.html

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About Tony Moody

I make movies. I wield a Les Paul and an iPad. I consume media - copious amounts. And I dabble in assorted nonsense. What do you do? iPadAlone.com Indalo.biz
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7 Responses to Forget iPad alone. How about iPhone 6 Plus alone?

  1. Don says:

    This is exactly why I bought the iPhone 6+. I don’t want to upgrade my iPad every 3-4 years with a non-subsidized price. Making it work for me already!

    • Tony Moody says:

      That’s great to hear Don, and thanks for posting. Mine hasn’t arrived yet but I look forward to seeing how much I can offload to the 6+ in practice. I have this sad notion of my iPad Air sitting gathering dust! We’ll see…

      • Don says:

        I will admit, using the 6+ requires yet another mindset change with habits, but I’m more motivated than when I was iPad only because the 6+ is with me everywhere I go.

        Congrats to you on getting one too! You will love it. I’m interested in hearing what you are able to offload onto it. I love iPads but don’t like replacing them ever 3-4 years.

        Mine is already gathering dust 😦

  2. Rob M says:

    I just got the iPhone 6+. I love it, but I can imagine replacing my MBA with my phone or tablet. Hilarious idea/blog though. 🙂

    P.S. Found this site on MacRumors.

    • Tony Moody says:

      Thanks for posting! And glad the bread crumbs led you here 🙂

      I have to admit that since I got my 6+ my iPad Air has seen waaaaaaaaay lower usage. Kind of astonishing to tell you the truth. Not sure where it leaves me. The 6+ is remarkably capable. Could I possible go 6+ Alone???

    • Tony Moody says:

      Thanks for posting Rob 🙂

      BTW with iOS9 and its iCloud drive app it’s easier than ever…

      • Don says:

        Actually Rob, a very large portion of the population can perform about 80-90% of what they do on a computer on a mobile device, which is why in the next year to year and a half, you will see a lot less usage of desktops / laptops by people. I could throw out all kinds of stats, but it’s true. It’s obviously not for everyone, but even in my job role, I am seeing it happen.

        At home, I use my iPhone 6+ with Apple TV and a bluetooth keyboard on a 40″ LED. Can’t imagine using anything. I will admit I use my MBA, but it is only for my website. Other than that, everything I need can be done on my 6+.

        Give it a try though Rob – go a week without your MBA!

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