iTouch, is 8GB enough? - page 3
I might get an iTouch but I want to make sure 8GB is enough for me b/c I want to save money. This is what I will use it for: - a few essential nursing programs (drug guide, etc) - not many songs - barely any pictures, no... Read More
- 0Nov 30, '09 by traumaRUs AdminSo how is the new toy?
I got an 8gb iPhone last week and love it. I don't use it for music (that's what car radio is for - lol), movies - thats what TV is for, etc.. However, I do have about 16 apps on it that I use a lot.
The apps take up so little space that I can have many more and not feel the need to upgrade.
- 0Dec 1, '09 by kafluknikSo true, traumaRUs!
I am quite happy & satisfied with my "new toy"! It has gotten a lot of curious looks and inquiries when I pulled it out in clinical. Some nurses didn't even know that this apps existed.
Most people knew the iTouch but didn't know that it was capable of being used as a handy tool in clinical practice and of course all the other possibilities such as the university, medCalc, games, etc.
Overall, I am so glad that I did decide to get myself one....happy slides to you!!!
- 1Jan 17, '10 by kafluknikDuring my 7hr/12hr clinicals, it was fine. Fine - meaning, even as I used it to constantly input pt info, look up meds, disease & disorders, played a bit of music during breaks the battery level was still okay. I usually just turn off the screen to conserve battery if I don't need to use it. Just to be safe I also charge it at night so I don't have to worry about running out of juice the next day.
- 0Mar 20, '10 by txnurstudThis is great info....just got my iTouch 32GB...love it thus far but I have a question. Have anyone of you needed 2 download MS Windows Mobile or My Pocket PC? The nursing program I'm going for reqires a PDA but it must have either Windows or Palm OS platform. iTouch doesn't allow me to download either. Has anyone had the same problem? please help