Thursday, January 28, 2010

STEVE JOBS does it again with the "iPad"!!!

full disclosure:

I am a Steve Jobs/Apple groupie,
and although this is NOT a paid ad,
it might as well be: the iPad is iMazing!












♥ ♥ ♥ iPad ♥ ♥ ♥


APPLE
once again surprises the world
with the only device that's hotter
than an iPhone and and iPod!!!


The Biggest Surprise?
It starts at only $499.00!!!







"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.

And at just 1.5 lbs and 0.5 inches thin,
it’s easy to carry and use anywhere.

There’s also a slight curve to the back.
Which makes it easy to pick up and comfortable to hold."





"Read all your iBooks:

You’ll be able to buy everything from classics to bestsellers
from the built-in iBookstore.

Once you’ve bought a book, it’s displayed on your Bookshelf.
To read it, all you have to do is tap on it and it opens up.

The high-resolution, LED-backlit screen displays everything
in sharp, rich, color, so it’s very easy to read, even in low light."






"Listen to all your iTunes:

"With the iPod app, all your music is literally at your fingertips.
You can browse by album, song, artist, or genre, with a simple flick.

To play a song, just tap it, and the now playing screen
will show the album art at full size.

Then you can listen to your music with the powerful built-in speaker."








"You can even use your iPad as a beautiful digital photo frame
while your iPad is docked or charging."


"iPad is an extraordinary way to enjoy and share your photos.

The new Photos app displays the photos in an album
as though they were in a stack. Just tap or pinch to open the stack,
and the whole album opens up.

Then you can flip through your pictures,
zoom in or out, or watch a slideshow..."







"See and touch your email in ways you never could before.


In landscape, you get a split-screen view,
showing both an opened email and the messages in your Inbox.

To see the opened email by itself, you just turn iPad to portrait,
and the email automatically rotates and fills the screen.

No matter which orientation you use,
you can scroll through your mail, compose a new email
using the large, on-screen keyboard, or delete messages,
with nothing more than a tap and a flick.

If someone emails you a photo,
you can see it right in the message."











"The large Multi-Touch screen on iPad
lets you see web pages as they were meant to be seen —
one whole page at a time. With vibrant color and sharp text.

So whether you’re looking at a page in portrait or landscape,
you can see everything at a size that’s actually readable.


The YouTube app organizes videos
so they’re really easy to see and navigate.

To watch one, you just tap it.
When you’re watching in landscape,
the video will automatically play in full screen.

And with its high-resolution display,
the latest YouTube HD videos will look amazing on iPad."









"There’s even an iPad Case that not only protects it,
it also allows you to use iPad in various positions,
to make it easy to type, look at photos, or watch movies."



"The large, high-resolution screen makes iPad perfect
for watching any kind of video:
from HD movies and TV shows, to podcasts and music videos.

You can also easily move between wide-screen and full-screen
with a double-tap.

And because it’s essentially one big screen,
with no buttons or anything to distract you,
the picture fills your line of sight.
So you feel completely immersed in what you’re watching.

And through a range of accessories,
iPad can output to TVs, projectors and displays.

The powerful, built-in speaker produces a full, rich sound.
Which makes watching a movie or listening to music even better.

It also comes with a headphone jack and a built-in microphone.



And finally:

it has a 10-hour battery life —
with a month of standby time."







iDol

2 Comments:

Blogger Jag said...

amazingly astounding!

January 28, 2010 at 7:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is cool. Cant believe they would omit a web cam on the initial roll out. With tons of users of skype, YIM etc, glaring omission IMHO

Ricardo in san fran

January 29, 2010 at 7:51 AM  

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