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Apple iPad Vs. iPhone: 7 Things The iPhone Has The iPad Doesn't (PHOTOS)

Huffington Post     First Posted: 06/05/10 06:12 AM ET   Updated: 05/25/11 05:05 PM ET

The release of Apple's iPad has been met by rave reviews from tech critics. They've called it everything from "stunning" to a "winner"--but also knocked it as "basically a gigantic iPod Touch."

One of the main questions people are asking themselves is, "What can the iPad do that an iPhone can't?"

We've taken a look at 9 features the iPad has that the iPhone doesn't. Now, we present seven key features the iPhone has, but which Apple's "magical and revolutionary" tablet is missing.

Read more iPad reviews on the Huffington Post, including a guide to '13 Things You Need To Know About The iPad,' as well as rundown of the '9 Worst Things About The iPad.' See our selection of 'iPad Killers'--alternatives to the iPad--here and our comprehensive review round-up here.

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Apple promises the iPad will run over 150,000 apps, in addition to iPad-specific apps that are in the works. Although pricing may shift as new iPad apps hit the App Store, it's been predicted that users will have to pay a premium for iPad apps.
A FierceMobileContent report notes that iPhone app prices--which decreased about 15 percent between December 1, 2009 and February 28, 2010--average around $2.43 in North America. PocketGamer examined the iPad apps available just after the tablet's initial launch, and reported, 'the average premium for an iPad version of an iPhone game works out at $1.42.'
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