For ordinary use Apple iPad Netbook is a great device but it is not designed to use for a big business. You can use the device to surf the web and sending emails and also enjoy photos, watch movies, listen to music and read e-books.
It is a bigger version of an iPod and it does a little bit more. This is especially good for people who do not have a computer or have no knowledge about computers, yet they will be able to learn to do everything in a short time on an iPad.
The iPad will connect to the internet and other networks via 802.11n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and on the more expensive models, 3G. It comes with Apple’s classic accelerometer, a compass, built-in speaker, a mic, and a standard 30-pin connector.
You can get the Wi-Fi and 3G models with 16GB, 32GB and also 64GB of flash storage. You can either choose AT&T or use your own carrier.
The monthly fee for An unlimited connection, which includes being able to use AT&T Wi-Fi hotspots for free, is going to cost $30 and you can cancel at any time. You can also choose the other plan for 250MB of data for $15.
There has been some concerns about not being able to do multi tasking when using iPad but if you compare the price, you are actually getting a netbook or you can even call it a small laptop that you can carry everywhere. The price is $499 for 16GB Wi-Fi. The 64GB version will be available also and this one has both Wi-Fi and 3G.
Apple iPad first generation is coming out on April 3rd and it is offering six version of the iPad. A lot of people in any age and group will be able to use iPad because of it is a very simple device. Apple iPad has about 150 thousands apps and a multi touch interface. It has been said that the number of apps are going to go up to even 300,000 by end of this year.
The iPad touch is a new competition for Amazon.com Inc.’s Kindle. The updated version of its iBooks application that will include Apple’s iBookstore can be downloaded for free in the America on April third.