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How much of your daily work can you get done on the iPad? [Poll]

How much of your daily work can you do on the iPad?

Apple's CEO, Tim Cook says he does 80% of his work on his iPad, and that means 80% of running one of the most valuable companies on earth. You've got to imagine that includes handling his mail, likely his calendar, and probably a lot of information reading, including a lot a numbers. How much of the rest is on his iPhone vs. his Mac is interesting to ponder, but the bottom like is he gets not only most of his daily work done on iPad. So the question is, how much can you?

When I'm out and about, I use an iPhone to quickly check in on, keep up to date with, and lightly edit my work. When I'm standing at my desk or sitting in a coffee shop on my MacBook Air, I'm doing bulk text entry, image editing, and other heavy duty operations.

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What's on Joe's iPad right now!

I like to use my iOS devices as extensions of each other. The Home screen of my retina iPad mini in many ways mirrors the one on my iPhone because these are the apps that I want to have access to no matter which screen I'm using. I use one of Apple's iOS 7 wallpapers, and I keep only a few of Apple's stock apps on my screen, but they are the ones I use constantly.

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T-Mobile offers $100 rebate for iPhone-iPad bundle

T-Mobile is offering a $100 rebate, in the form of a MasterCard pre-paid card, if customers purchase an iPhone and iPad from the wireless carrier on the same day and include a mobile Internet plan with a minimum of 1GB of data.

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Tinkering Monkey's WoodFlip stand secures iPad and credit card reader

Tinkering Monkey — the custom wood signage company that created the terrific 2012 and 2013 iMore hall of fame award icons — has announce a great looking product called the WoodFlip. It's made specifically for businesses that use an iPad in combination with a credit card reader.

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Trapper Keeper returns from the 70s and 80s as a tablet case

Kensington has bought the rights from Mead to sell a series of universal tablet cases that have the distinctive Trapper Keeper design that was popular for school folders in the 1970s and 80s.

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Why a 32GB iPhone costs $100 more

Apple's updated iPod touch lineup separates 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB capacity models by $50 price increments. That's new for Apple in the iOS device lineup. Previously for the iPod touch, and still for the iPhone and iPad, capacity models are separated by $100 price increments. There are some other factors, like iPhone 5c vs. iPhone 5s pricing, or iPad Air vs. Retina iPad mini pricing, or iPad Wi-Fi vs. iPad cellular pricing. However, for the most part, Apple chooses to segment devices by capacity. So, is that a good thing or a bad thing?

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Box update for iPhone and iPad adds Box Notes feature

Box has added support for its Box Notes feature to its newly updated iPhone and iPad apps, which will allow multiple users to share and collaborate on online notes at the same time.

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Twitter quietly extends Bing translation to iPhone and iPad apps

Twitter has quietly extended its translation feature, powered by Microsoft's Bing, to its iPhone and iPad apps, after previously including that option in its Android version.

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AT&T expands pre-paid GoPhone service to iPad 3 and iPad mini

AT&T is expanding its pre-paid GoPhone service to include a limited number of tablets for the first time. This will allow users with compatible tablets to purchase data time on AT&T's network on a monthly basis.

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Apple offers educational discount on iPads

Apple has introduced education pricing for iPads, including the iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display. Customers visiting the Apple's online education store will notice that the Retina iPad mini is available starting at $379 for the 16GB Wi-Fi model, down from its usual price of $399, while the iPad Air starts at $469 for 16GB, down from $499.

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