Despite the fact that Australia's iPad launch next month won't actually involve the launch of an Australian iBooks bookstore, that doesn't necessarily mean you won't be able to read books on your iPad. In fact, if you look at the current crop of eBook applications on the iPhone, the iPad has the potential to let you get the best possible price for every book you want to buy.
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I hate to say I told you, but I told you: The Apple iPad is exactly what I said it was going to be except for two things: Multitasking and the touch-sensitive bezel for hot corners. Guess what Apple did.
For this week's Photoshop Contest, I asked you to make some improvements to Apple's iPad. Some of these entries are definite improvements. Others? Uh, not so much.
These were the tablets of our dreams. The devices we thought we'd use one day. But what do we get in reality? The iPad. The showmanship level definitely isn't as high (Tom Cruise wasn't available), but the usability is proven.
Our friend the iPhone is back, and he's got some opinions about the iPad and the various complaints people have about it. Look out, kids! He's got a pretty foul mouth.
Ars hears there's a company-wide internal meeting today at Apple to talk about the iPad, just like Apple had shortly after the launch of the iPhone. While you're possibly more interested in the serious chance everybody who's been at Apple for a while will walk out with their own iPad — like with the iPhone — the likely employee Q&A session will probably peel back in more detail how Apple's thinking about the iPad. Oh to be an Apple employee velcro'd to that wall.