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So the bottom line is this: First, wait until March when the iPad 3 is introduced. If you need to stick to your $400 budget, you may be able to pick up a new iPad 2 for that price, if Apple drops the price. Or you could get one of the Android tablets listed in CNET's list for a lower price. But if I were you, I'd buy an iPad since I think you'll get better access to more textbooks and apps. And I also think the device is a better investment since it will hold its value better. Trading in the iPod Touch for an iPhone.

Dear Maggie, I am planning on upgrading to a smartphone when I graduate from college in August, I currently own a fourth-generation iPod Touch, I use my current iPod Touch to read a ton of books on iBooks and I listen to music from iTunes, Also, I can spend about $200 with a two-year contract, I have iphone xs max blush sheer crystal case and balloon dog two questions for you, 1, Should I go with an iPhone when I upgrade to a smartphone or should I get an Android phone?, 2, If I buy an iPhone, will I still need my iPod Touch? Or could I sell my iPod Touch?..

I really appreciate your advice. Thanks! Viroop. Dear Viroop If you're already using an iOS device, it will be very easy for you to use an iPhone. You can use all the apps and load all the same music you'd load onto your iPod Touch onto a new iPhone. You will also be able to access all your iBooks that you've already bought on your new iPhone. If you buy an Android device, you will be able to transfer unprotected music to your new phone. But anything that has iTunes DRM on it, won't transfer to an Android device. Also, all the apps you've bought and downloaded onto your iPod Touch will not transfer to a new Android smartphone. And the iBooks that you've already downloaded for the iPod Touch also won't work on an Android phone. So for these reasons, I'd say you should just buy an iPhone to preserve the investment you've already made in the Apple iOS ecosystem.

Since you're not going to upgrade until August when you graduate college, it's very likely that Apple will have a new iPhone on the market, There's no official word from Apple when a new iPhone will be iphone xs max blush sheer crystal case and balloon dog released, But the company generally has a new one every year, And it's typically introduced these devices in the summer, If it doesn't come out this summer, my guess is that by October Apple will have a new product in the market, So in terms of timing, you're in very good shape, The answer to your second set of questions is, yes, An iPhone will replace the need for you to have an iPod Touch, since the iPod Touch is essentially the same device as an iPhone, but without the cellular radio..

Since you don't really need both devices, you may want to sell your old iPod Touch. Apple products hold their value pretty well. An 8GB iPod Touch in good condition with all the original cables etc. can fetch you about $66 on the gadget-buying site Gazelle.com. And the 32GB version in good condition will get you about $90 on Gazelle. It won't cover the cost of buying the new iPhone, but it could certainly help defray the cost. I hope this advice was useful. Study hard! And good luck. Ask Maggie is an advice column that answers readers' wireless and broadband questions. The column now appears twice a week on CNET offering readers a double dosage of Ask Maggie's advice. If you have a question, I'd love to hear from you. Please send me an e-mail at maggie dot reardon at cbs dot com. And please put "Ask Maggie" in the subject header. You can also follow me on Facebook on my Ask Maggie page.


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