The iPad looked up

The iPad is a brilliant concept: computer-controlled is just the touch. Since the announcement of the iPad, on January 27, 2010, no device has been created so much. IPad rumors ranged from running Mac OS X to built-in cameras. This article provides facts and distributes rumors. And through the Internet Hype you will certainly need to dispel rumors and the fact.

The iPad has a 9.7-inch multitouch LED (backlit) display, 1024×768 pixel resolution, A4 processor, 16-64GB flash memory, 802.11n Wi-Fi support, and Bluetooth 2.1. Available in iPad 2: a WIFI version and a WIFI + 3G version. The iPad is about 1.6 pounds. Like its predecessors, it has an accelerometer and runs on an iPhone operating system (though slightly modified). The iPad requires 10 hours of service even though the settings you are trying to reach are not known. There are many criticisms of these features. Why did you use the iPhone operating system instead of MAC OS? Mac OS is not optimized for the multitouch display like the iPhone OS. Another critique concerns the A4 processor. The A4 processor features the same graphics chip as the iPhone 3GS, yet it's only 400 MHz. Does the A4 processor support higher resolution without errors or crashes? IPad 4: 3 aspect ratio. This aspect ratio is great for reading books and browsing the web, but it will be problematic to watch movies – the letter boxing would be too big. Three major critiques for the iPad: lack of flash, lack of multifunction and lack of camera. The lack of flashlight can be formally explained by disturbance of device life. There are many possible explanations on a professional basis. The first one suggests that Apple wanted to keep the AppStore's strong control. By enabling the flash, users can get apps that are normally sold on AppStore for free, and Apple's profits (no longer $ 99 developer fees). According to the second assumption, Apple has announced the new HTML 5 technology. As for iPad's popularity, developers want to jump on the HTML5 band to maximize profits. Although flash is now dominated by the web, HTML5 slowly consumes Adobe's monopoly and is negligible, there is no good prison sentence that can not be repaired. The lack of multitasking is also a problem. The multitasking task is already present in iPhone OS 3.0 but is limited to Apple Apples. This is for security reasons and for battery reasons. Apple Insider announced that Apple has already announced a multitasking solution, perhaps the new "long-lasting" gesture creates a "task manager" interface. Once again, nothing that jailbreak can not capture (backgrounder + Proswitcher for iPhone). Additional concern for potential consumers is the lack of a camera. Apple should expect things like the camera that was added to the Generation 2 iPad to promote sales. The camera can not be a point of sale but for consumers who absolutely need a camera – an iPad holder is rumored to have a 30-pin fixing camera. iPad never intended to netbook replacement . The netbook is a small flawed device. The iPad provides a closed, fluid and streamlined experience. There are tablets that are technologically better on the iPad (HPSlate and Notion Ink Adam). However, these tools are not optimized for the mobile platform. HPSlate runs on Windows 7, an embarrassing choice for a touch-sensitive device. Conception Ink Adam runs on Android 2.0, but it works on a Pixel Qi screen (color e-ink) – it does not replace the LCD. IPad is a closed system, so it's not annoying bugs and viruses (Imagine a virus on the Tablet). IPad has access to a populated AppStore. No matter what your interest is 140,000+ applications, it certainly meets all your needs. The iPad sacrifices some of its technical features to provide an experience when someone is as young as a child or technician rather than a leader.

From March 12, the iPad can be pre-ordered. Should I order an iPad? I would have resisted. Wait a few days after iPad's official release (April 3 in the US and a bit later in other countries) and watch some videos to get the device's overall feeling. Wait for all the hype settings and decide whether this is the type of device. Which version do you buy? I would suggest 3G – there is nothing like the fingers of the internet, but if you want to use your home iPad, the Wifi version is just fine. IPad is a revolutionary new device. Do not stay behind

Source by William Glatnik

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