Oct 29 2011
We mentioned in a previous post that the iPad is useful for browsing the Internet and watching movie. This hardly begins to scratch the surface of the literally thousands of things you can do with your iPad, though. Apple Inc. is well known for creating a huge variety of electronics, from its MacBook computers, to iPods, and the newer iPhone and iPad. They are also known well for the software that they tailor-make to go with the hardware. The visible result to the user is that a much smoother experience is delivered when they use the two together. This is evident by the effectiveness exhibited in their Mac OS operating system, Final Cut Pro video editing software, iTunes media browser and market source, iLife Suite, and many more. Products such as these have earned Apple a big name that it constantly needs to live up to by creating more high quality products. They have lived up to it once again with this newest creation, the iPad. The iPad is Apple’s tablet computer, and shares many of its features with the smaller iPhone: a multi-touch interface, web browsing, and multimedia control. To compare it more with the iPhone, it runs most of the apps that the iPhone does, along with a slew more designed specifically for the iPad. The iPad’s use centers around its 9.7-inch IPS display. Despite its size, the display is simply vibrant, and is more than large enough to handle the on-screen keyboard used in most apps for input. Despite Apple’s excellent track record and iPad’s dazzling specifications, Apple’s employees were somewhat skeptical as to the popularity of the iPad. It wasn’t very long after this product’s release that all of their inhibitions were laid to rest, and now the Apple iPad is one of their most popular products. As for the iPad’s many uses, it is already finding it way into many professions of all kinds. Many are simply enjoying the order that it brings to their lives with its easy organization and calendar function. Mothers are finding that it is a great device for sharing and receiving recipes that they can pass on to families. The display is also ideal for the e-reader functions, allowing you to read books, magazines, and print material straight from the device. Students will find that the iPad is a wonderful resource for research. The elderly are using the iPad to set schedules and find that the screen is large and easily configured so that they can read it. This is an amazing device that certainly has a ton of uses–what’s yours? Don’t worry–we haven’t forgotten why you came here! We’re still looking into where we can get you guys legitimate free iPads. We’ll give you an easy step-by-step soon!