iPad -An Introduction

The new Apple iPad is a revolutionary device for browsing the web, reading and sending email, enjoying photos, watching videos, listening to music, playing games, reading e-books and much more. iPad’s responsive high-resolution Multi-Touch™ display lets users physically interact with applications and content. iPad is just 0.5 inches thick and weighs just 1.5 pounds— thinner and lighter than any laptop or netbook. iPad includes 12 new innovative apps designed especially for the iPad, and will run almost all of the over 140,000 apps in the App Store. iPad will be available in late March starting at a price of $499.

“iPad is our most advanced technology in a magical and revolutionary device at an unbelievable price,” said Steve Jobs, Apple’s CEO. “iPad creates and defines an entirely new category of devices that will connect users with their apps and content in a much more intimate, intuitive and fun way than ever before.”

iPad features 12 next-generation Multi-Touch applications. Every app works in both portrait and landscape, automatically animating between views as the user rotates iPad in any direction. The precise Multi-Touch interface makes surfing the web on iPad an entirely new experience, dramatically more interactive and intimate than on a computer.

Reading and sending email is fun and easy on iPad’s large screen and almost full-size “soft” keyboard. Import photos from a Mac®, PC or digital camera, see them organized as albums, and enjoy and share them using iPad’s elegant slideshows. Watch movies, TV shows and YouTube, all in HD or flip through pages of an e-book you downloaded from Apple’s new iBookstore while listening to your music collection.

iPad’s 9.7-inch, LED-backlit display features IPS technology to deliver crisp, clear images and consistent color with an ultra-wide 178 degree viewing angle. The highly precise, capacitive Multi-Touch display is amazingly accurate and responsive whether scrolling web pages or playing games. The intelligent soft keyboard pioneered on iPhone takes advantage of iPad’s larger display to offer an almost full-size soft keyboard. iPad also connects to the new iPad Keyboard Dock with a full-size traditional keyboard.

Apple released a new Software Development Kit (SDK) for iPad, so developers can create amazing new applications designed to take advantage of iPad’s capabilities. The SDK includes a simulator that lets developers test and debug their iPad apps on a Mac, and also lets developers create Universal Applications that run on iPad, iPhone and iPod touch.

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    • Make sure that your computer is heatorizud first. To do this, sign in to iTunes on your Macbook, click on the Store tab, then click on Authorize computer and follow the directions.Then transfer the apps as you normally would:1. Connect your computer to the iPad using the USB cable2. Launch iTunes on the computer3. In the Devices section of the left-hand menu on iTunes select iPad4. Click on the Apps tab5. In the File Sharing section you can see a list of apps that support file sharing on your iPad.6. To copy a file from an iPad to your computer, drag and drop it from the document list to your Desktop or another folder. Or just click on the Save to button and save the file to any locationIf the apps you’re trying to transfer don’t show up in the file sharing section, the problem might be that the apps are iPad only. But luckily, when you buy an iTunes app, it’s associated with your account so you shouldn’t be worried about losing them if you need to delete them to make space for more. But some apps are only made to be downloaded to specific devices, so I don’t think there’s an easy way to transfer iPad only apps to your macbook.And it makes sense that you’re running out of space if you’ve been downloading all of the free iPad apps they have been giving out, lol.

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