It in fact holds up pretty well. In truth, there is little to choose between the two.
I must say that both tablets are completely brilliant. Neither one would make as a bad tablet option, so anyway you are onto a winner.
Due to a closeness of the competition, plenty of this reply is going to get subjective. Because I am an even bigger enthusiast of Apple’s iOS than We are of Google’s Android (though I do like Android a great deal) I will say that the iPad is a better package. Again, that is just my belief. I have been using Apple computers for several years now and I would personally not go over to anything else.
So, so as to answer this title in more detail, I went in for a 2nd opinion. To the end, I spoke to Seb Warren, who is the founder of the modern online customer tech group AppleFanBoii, also as the tech expert and all-round nice guy.
For Seb (who, admittedly, is a little biased) the Google nexus 10 has instantaneous return over the iPad in the areas of price and the customizability of Android (compared with iOS). “Personally, and this is coming from an Apple fanboy, Android wins” he said, “The iPad 4 is still running iOS 6, which incorporates a monotonous, stale design. However, you can make the Nexus 10 your own”
He then went to redeem himself in the eyes of his fellow ‘Apple-ites’ (they hate it we call them that) by admiring the iPad’s user-friendliness “If you’d like a tablet for easy use, then its apple ipad 4 for sure” he laughed, before adding “…and the screen is beautiful”.
In terms of basic stats, the Google nexus 10 is lighter than the iPad 4 by some 50g, that’s considerable and renders the Nexus as the more portable of the two. Though, the iPad 4 has a slightly better battery life. The iPad has an alternative for up to 64GB of storage space, whereas the Nexus only goes as great as 32GB.
What really amazed me is that the Nexus 10 in fact has a higher display resolution than the iPad 4. The Retina Screen may become a great bit of branding, but recent tablet pc’s, like The Microsoft Surface, have equalled it (and perhaps bettered it a few times) in terms of display quality.
Oddly, very tech minded amongst you might find the Nexus 10 to be a better experience; it’s also the selection to make if cash can be a large reason in your choice. Though, the apple ipad, with its winning mix of dependability, sterling reputation, simple use and access to the best app store around is unquestionably definitely worth the extra cash in my view.
If you"ve got a apple ipad, is it worth getting a nexus 10?