On January 27, 2010, Apple Inc. – the most innovative company in the world over the past 10 years – announced it’s next major innovation in technology, the Apple iPad.
Coined as Apple’s “…most advanced technology in magical and revolutionary device at an unbelievable price.” The iPad is Apple’s rendition and makeover of what many other manufacturers have tried to build as a tablet PC. Meant to replace netbooks and serve as our medium to the internet in-between computers and mobile phones, the iPad has endless potential to fulfill all of it’s heavy expectations.
Indeed, with the base model starting at $499, the iPad is priced to move and meant to be in the hands of every American and internet loving denizen of this world to enjoy.
Slated to hit stores in April 2010, the device is drawing the awe and attention of Apple and non-Apple fans alike. The tablet computer itself features:
- Four times the display area of an iPod Touch/iPhone
- WiFi connectivity
- 3G capabilities for higher models
- Multi-touch interaction
- 9.7 inch LED-backlit display
- Runs on iPhone OS 3.2
- Available in 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB
- Powered by a new Apple 1Ghz A4 CPU
But the best part? The iPad is built to run every app available in the Apple app store meaning if you’re one of the lucky few to pick up an iPad on launch day, you won’t have to wait for the apps to roll in.
However, which apps will be best adapted to the iPad’s capabilities still stand to be tested, we’re dedicated in providing you the best reviews of free and paid apps for the iPad.