Apple will offer a version including 3G mobile
access, for an extra $129 per model, plus another
$14-30 per month for a data plan from AT&T (in
Steve Jobs commented that it will be able to
run iPhone applications, and developers will be
able to work to the new screen size using the
updated iPhone Operating System OS SDK, from
the launch day.
Apple believes that the new device will sit neatly
between the smart phone and the laptop, and
that it has to be better at tasks like browsing,
email, photos, e-books, and videos than both.
It has an interface that’s very reminiscent of the
iPhone, although it’s significantly expanded and
altered. The built-in apps are much more like the
Apple Mac experience, rather than the iPhone.
It has versions of iPhoto and iTunes for the iPad.
Location services that lets the Map app auto-
locate, are also built in to the device.
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