Will a 64g iPad hold a lot of music?


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2012-02-03 19:50:39
2012-02-03 19:50:39

A 64g IPad will hold up to around 58g of music, if you are not using it for anything else. A 64g IPad is enough to store over 5000 songs, but it would take up a lot of the IPads memory. Basically you can hold around 7000 songs depending on their length. However, you should be fine with a 16g IPad for they still hold a lot of songs.

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64g on an iPad can hold a lot of documents. For example, 64g will hold more than 14,000 songs. I don't know how many documents it can hold, but my best guess would be in the high hundreds range.

Not enough for a lot of music and a few movies.

The iPad made life easier because the iPad has apps that help you with homework you can listen to music,play games the iPad 3 is not that very great my mom said that this iPad, when you use it a lot the bottom of it burns the iPad 2 works when you use it a lot Plus the iPad 3 cost $500 And the iPad 2 is $400

It will depend upon how much other apps and music you have on your iPad. If you have a lot of music and a ton of apps, maybe only 1 or 2.

If you want to store a lot of movies or a ton of music.

Not really. Apple makes both a 32 and a 64 GB IPad. However, if you are not planning on storing music, photos or video, 16GB is more than enough.

A lot of technology inside the iPad

16 GB is a lot of space for small files like mp3. But 16GB is probably not big enough to hold a lot of software files. It can hold a number of movies as well provided that the movies are not on HD.

A lot of people are iPad users I'm sending this from an iPad right now

16 if you just want to store books. 32 if you want to store a lot of music and apps. 64 if your want to store a lot of movies.

You can't. Take the picture again and try to hold it still. More light helps a lot too.

imslp.org has a lot of free sheet music seletions to choose from.

There are a lot of social networks and programs availble with an iPad. Yes to almost all of them.

you can find his music anywhere on itunes, a lot of music stores hold the twilight CD which contains his song....but they tune out some of his voice so yeah!

Technically, yes. Since it has the music capabilites of an iPod, and the apps (some of the iPod Touch/iPhone apps can be converted into iPad format) like the iPod Touch/iPhone, but it is in HD format. Take note that some apps are only available for the iPad itself. One developer recently said that comparing the two was like saying a bath tub was the same as a swimming pool - they can both hold a lot of water but can be used for very different functions.

No the iPad is not a PC. If you compare it to anything you should compare it to the iPod touch. Its just a lot bigger.

a lot of people have the apple ipad including my self so if you have any questions I will try my best

This question can't be answered just by giving a number... (Apps have not one file size, it can vary from 1mb to hundreds of megabytes... ) An iPad with 16gb can carry a lot of stuff... It will take a moment to fill it with photos and music and apps... But the only problem could be movies ! Movies are really large files ! One movie can easily take 1 gb of free disk space. So 16 movies and your memory is full. Raf

you could get the wireless keyboard, the ipad smart cover, ipad connection camera kit, apple tv, vga adapter and a lot more!

It depends on how much you need to store and also if you travel a lot get the 3G one, but as far as GB, it depends on how much music/books/videos/apps you want to store

Hi there Yes the ipad has quite a lot of apps available in the iTunes App Store. Many original iPod Touch/iPhone apps are also compatible with the iPad.

The iPad does t have as much storage as the iPad2. The battery life is longer on the iPad2. The iPad2 is a lot lighter and easier to carry. The iPad2 has iCloud.

There are a lot of it. iPad, iPhone, iPod, and iMac...

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