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HOW TO USE THE IPAD INTERFACE The iPad multimedia device from Apple has attracted the attention of many gizmo fanatics from around the world. For first-time users, they consider the iPad as the best way to experience the Internet, email, photos and video. Equipped with a large multi-touch screen, the iPad works in any orientation. It allows to do things using various applications that one cannot do on any other device. To be discussed below is how to use the iPad interface. As an evolution of iPhone 3.0, the iPad's operating system has applications that are running the show featuring the same tray at the bottom and the same accelerometer capabilities. The iPad's screen can be accessed by sliding to unlock just like on the iPhone. Both device's screen are practically identical, with a Home button situated at the bottom. Applications are enabled the same way it is being done on the iPhone wherein they automatically go full screen. Pictures and pages can be viewed, again just like on iPhone. To surf the Internet, the page presents itself just like a browser with navigation buttons on top. A pull-down menu of the inbox is available for using email. The iPad's keyboard takes up the bottom half of the display when called up. Please take note that the iPad's keyboard is not designed for your thumbs, it is designed for you to type on it as you would a physical keyboard. An optional keyboard dock is available allowing you to type on a standard-sized keyboard but its size will prevent you to have easy packing especially when you are taking the iPad on a roadtrip losing a lot of the portability advantage. One major disappointment of the iPad is its inability to support third-party application multitasking which means you can only use one application at a time. Get A FREE iPad Just For Testing It Out. Be An iPad Tester Today By Visiting http://www.getelectronics4free.info Don't Miss Out! Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Sam_Sunder  

 

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