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Generally those get closed due to practicality issues. What one person sees as acceptable, another wouldn't put up with. Also, since you can't really ever downgrade an iOS - you're stuck so that makes the questions alluring, yet people can't do A/B testing very well to get good answers. Without some research, it's generally not something that is objective. ...


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Welcome to Ask Different! This Stack Exchange community primarily address Q&A around use of Apple Hardware, Software and Services. You may find some iOS developers here, but this is not the place to ask iOS development (specifically code level or API) related questions. However some questions are allowed on this site, which an iOS developer may have (...


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Developers use lots of Apple products and services so all of those questions are welcome and on-topic at Ask Different. The only items that are off-topic are code level questions like: What API is best to use for whatever specific thing you will do? What is causing this minimal, complete, verifiable example code to error? How can I learn to [code | discuss ...


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Yes - using iOS makes questions on topic for any use of that device. Whether it's a third party or first party device, it's still about a user of an Apple product. Now - questions covering "on topic" subjects are closed for lots of reasons that make them low quality questions. If yours is too vague, too broad, lacks any sort of basic troubleshooting, it ...


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According to the help center Ask Different is for users of Apple products. If you have a question about ... [...] third-party hardware, services and software when associated for use with Apple products. ... then you're in the right place to ask your question! so problems related to software running on Apple hardware are on-topic. Also ...


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A couple of things welcome to Ask Different. Generally, discussion is OK on meta only - so if you post questions on the main site, don't ask for opinions or experience - narrow down the issue and just assume people with opinions or experience will answer. The community will need to have significantly more votes for the "yes" answer than the "no" answer in ...


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Personally I would refer to them via the general model information: iPad 3 Wi-Fi Only iPad 3 CDMA iPad 3 GSM Distinct enough, no? Information about the region+carrier only if relevant.


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