Thanks to its bigger screen and landscape orientation, the new iPad is a much better device to watch movies on than any previous version of the iPod and iPhone.
The iPod, with its vertical, 2.5-inch wide screen, is an OK video platform. The iPhone, with its 3.5-inch screen clearly had good video experience built in from the design stage. But the iPad, with 9.7-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display, 1024-by-768-piexl resolution, the HD feature makes watching DVD movies an utterly new
The iPad is the first tablet computer developed by Apple Inc. It is part of a device category between a smartphone and a laptop computer. A beautiful 9.7-inch high-resolution display makes iPad perfect for watching any kind of video: from HD movies and TV shows to podcasts and music videos. However, if you want to watch Blu-Ray DVD movies on your iPad, you need to rip Blu-Ray disc to iPad compatible video file and then transfer the output video to iPad with the sync of iTunes. The following tutori
From April, 3rd, 2010, Apple iPad opened its prelude of hot sale in the U.S. From the long waiting queue to the tired but happy smiling faces of the fans who finally get one all hint that the first Apple Tablet PC has hit its target. Jobs said the iPad will be better for playing games and watching video than either a laptop or a smart phone. Software coming with the iPad includes a calendar, maps, a video player and iPod software for playing music. All seem to have been slightly redesigned to take advant
We all pretty much knew it was happening, and Steve Jobs didn’t let us down: Apple introduced a tablet device called the iPad at today’s event in San Francisco. You can read a play-by-play of the unveiling on TheAppleBlog’s Twitter feed and check this post for links to the complete GigaOM network coverage. Of course, the aspect that we we’re most interested in is: How good of a newteevee device is the iPad?
I can't help being struck by the volume and vehemence of apparently technologically sophisticated people inveighing against the iPad.
Some are trying to dismiss these ravings by comparing them to certain comments made after the launch of the iPod in 2001: "No wireless. Less space than a Nomad. Lame." I fear this January-26th thinking misses the point.
Just got a new iPad and can't wait to transfer music and movies on iPhone to it? If you have all your iPhone content in your iTunes, that would be pretty easy, just sync them to your iPad. However, you might want to transfer some content that are only available on your iPhone, or copy some music or videos from your family or friends' iPhone to your iPad. In these situations, you can achieve the task by copying your iPhone content to your Mac, and then sync them to iPad.
Apple's Special Event is over. The dust is settling. And a bunch of things we didn't know about the iPad have started to become clear. We've assembled them all into this new article, the Top Ten Things You Didn't Know About Apple's iPad. There are actually more than ten things in the list—a couple are sandwiched in there—so read on for all the details!
10. GPS. "Where did the iPhone's GPS go," you might ask after hearing no reference to GPS during the launch
Apple has always been in the innovation business, and the iPad is no exception. And the iPad, like the iPod before it, could fundamentally change the way we consume media — in this case, video.
The iPad might not be the first mass market portable media device to offer the ability to watch digital video on the fly, but it will probably be the most important one. Apple has been selling online video for viewing on the iPod and the iPhone for years. But those devices had some serious limitation
Just got a new iPad and can’t wait to transfer music from your iPod to iPad? If you have all your iPod songs in your iTunes, that would be pretty easy, just sync them to your iPad. However, you might want to transfer songs that are only available on your iPod, or copy some songs from your family or friends’ iPod to your iPad. In these situations, you can achieve the task by copying your iPod songs to your Mac, and then sync them to iPad.
Apple’s newly released iPad is a tablet for work and play, running an OS similar to the current iPhone operation system and powered by a customer-designed Apple 1-GHz processor. iPad’s big, beautiful, Multi-Touch LED screen gives iPad users unparalleled experience in surfing on web, watching movies, reading eBooks or playing cool games.
"9.7-inch LED-backlit glossy widescreen display, 1024-by-768-piexl resolution"