Sorry in advance if this question has already been addressed, I am in a hurry positing right now and had no time to do a search ...
I'm not a nursing student (yet! Hopefully next summer) ... but I wanted to know whether an iPad or an iPhone or an iPod Touch would be the best option to have as a nursing student. I'm just shopping ahead. I currently have Verizon Wireless and am unwilling to switch to AT&T just to get an iPhone, but I hear rumors (once again, perhaps confirmed, not sure) that VZW is getting the iPhone during the first quarter 2011. I would hate to have a smartphone (have an HTC Incredible right now) and an iPad or iPod Touch so if I do get either of those I would switch to a basic phone with slide out keyboard.
But I was wondering if an iPad might have more functionality in terms of reading textbooks, etc. Any and all feedback welcome, thanks!
Nov 23, '10
by iPink, BSN, RN
My iPhone works for me. It saved me the money from getting an iPod. If I had an iPad, it would never see the light of day in clinical. For my program, iPhones, iPod Touch, and Androids are compatible with the app we need to download. Check with your program when that day comes.
Last edit by iPink on Nov 23, '10