Apple Tunes iPad Tablet Apps to Make Consumers Say iWant

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Apple Tunes iPad Tablet Apps to Make Consumers Say iWant

by Cameron Sturdevant

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Apps

Applications from the App Store will work on the iPad, almost all without modification, which means they look small.

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NYT Take 2

The New York Times was part of a select group of application developers who had a two-week head start to port their applications for the iPad.

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NYT App

Here you see video embedded in a story. It worked well and should add to the experience of reading the NYTimes on the iPad.

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Kindle

Jobs lauds what appears to be the latest entry in the Museum of Computer Science, the Amazon Kindle.

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iBooks

If you've used a reader on the iPhone, this is very similar, just a lot bigger.

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iBooks Landscape

Two pages, just like you'd expect.

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iBooks Shelf

The bookshelf turns around to present the bookstore. Jobs claimed between the App Store, iTunes and now the iBook Store that Apple has 125 million credit cards enabled for one-click shopping.

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Publishers

A list of the initial publishers signed up with the iBook store.

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iWork

Jobs put the iWork team to work for the last year on revamping Numbers, Pages and Keynote for the iPad.

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Numbers

All without a keyboard. It will be interesting to see how well initial creation goes on the iPad. With a bit of learning, probably not too bad.

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Keynote

Keynote worked well on the iPad.

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Pages

Looked good and many niffty tricks built into screen gestures.

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Cost

Price chart for the six different iPad models.

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Apple Splat

Get ready to see a lot of this campaign.

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