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4 more things to transfer from iPad to iPhone

Posted By SimplyMax On January 31, 2010 @ 4:37 pm In All,Software | No Comments

As the new A4 CPU is rumored to be the next CPU for the 4th generation of iPhones, MobileCrunch [1] proposes four more features to transfer from iPad to iPhone:


1. Bluetooth [2] Keyboard Support.

Apple iPad [3] is claimed to support Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR that lets you connect Apple Wireless Keyboard, wireless headphones or other [4] devices. This feature isn't supported yet in iPhones.

2. Desktop file syncing for third party applications [5]

Now iPad allows you to drag-and-drop files from computer to the storage folders of third party applications. At one moment you're editing your document on a Mac, and at the second you're viewing it on your iPad.

3. Apps identify themselves as supporting their specific file types.

On the iPhone even if you have installed a specific application [6], you will need to find a way to get that file into the application's storage space. On the iPad you can open a file from the desktop or even from an email.

4. PDF Creation Support

There was always a problem of saving files that other people need to see in the friendly format. New iPad has built-in PDF creation functionality for iWork, which is very convenient.

With this improvements iPad can obviously be considered as a sign of innovations to come for the iPhone.

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[1] MobileCrunch: http://www.mobilecrunch.com/2010/01/28/5-ways-the-ipad-could-improve-the-iphone/

[2] Bluetooth: http://iphoneroot.com/tag/bluetooth/

[3] Apple iPad: http://iphoneroot.com/tag/apple-ipad/

[4] other: http://iphoneroot.com/category/other/

[5] applications: http://iphoneroot.com/tag/applications/

[6] application: http://iphoneroot.com/tag/application/

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