Mike has an iPhone 5C using iBooks and he finds it hard to read. He's also a Windows user. What tablet should be buy? Leo says if Mike is used to Windows then he recommends the Windows Surface 3 or Surface Book. The Surface Book is a bit more expensive, but he can detach the keyboard and use it as a tablet.
Windows Surface 3
Steve is looking to get an iPad Mini, but he doesn't want to use the Cloud. Can he avoid accessing his data on the internet? Leo says that because Steve is using Quickbooks, he'll need Windows for it. Leo advises going with the Microsoft Surface Pro or Lenovo Yoga. It'll also be beneficial for word processing.
Dina wants to download her iPhone text messages with time and date. Leo says that the nice thing about the Apple environment is that they all work together. So the program that she uses for text messages, also works on the Mac if she sets it up that way. Then all the messages will appear there.
Another option is eCamm's Phoneview for $30. Dina can try before she buys and it will let her save all of her messages and data. They come in a PDF format when she saves them.
Chris is a writer and proofreader and he's looking to get an iPad or a Microsoft Surface. Apple says the iPad will do everything the Surface can do. Leo says that's not even close to being true. The Surface offers a full version of Windows, so it'll do far more than an iPad. It also comes with Microsoft Office. Modifying PDFs is far easier on a Surface. He'll pay more, but he'll be able to do more as well.