Apple IPad is here!
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The rumors suggesting that Apple may introduce the device early this year is over. It is official now! The most anticipated gadget since the iPhone, the Apple iPad release date is set to April 2010. Apple’s CEO, Steve Jobs, finally unveiled the Apple iPad during an event today(the 27th of January 2010). According to Steve Jobs, the reason for its existence is to beat both smartphones and laptops.
One of the first things you’ll notice about the iPad is how thin and light it is. The screen is 9.7 inches, measured diagonally. So overall, it’s slightly smaller than a magazine. There’s also a slight curve to the back. Which makes it easy to pick up and comfortable to hold.
A large, high-resolution LED-backlit, IPS display. An incredibly responsive Multi-Touch screen. And an amazingly powerful, Apple-designed chip. All in a design that’s thin and light enough to take anywhere. iPad isn’t just the best device of its kind. It’s a whole new kind of device.
The high-resolution, 9.7 inch LED-backlit display on iPad is crisp and vivid. It’s perfect for web browsing, watching movies, or photos. It’s also been designed to work in any orientation — portrait or landscape. It has a wide, 178° viewing angle. So you can hold it almost any way you want, and still get a brilliant picture, with excellent color and contrast. The built-in speaker produces a full, rich sound. It also comes with a headphone jack and a built-in microphone.
The Multi-Touch screen on the iPad uses the same revolutionary technology that’s in an iPhone. But for iPad, the technology has been completely reengineered for the larger surface. Apple engineers took the same lithium polymer battery technology they developed for Apple notebook computers and applied it to the iPad. As a result, you can use iPad for up to 10 hours.
iPad will also be available in a 3G model, So if you’re traveling, or you happen to be somewhere that doesn’t have a Wi-Fi network, you can still get a fast connection for surfing the web and downloading email.