Just in time before the iPad 3 rumor mill reaches fever pitch… let’s take a look at something practical. Something that works regardless of your iPad version.
This quickie post points to two trends unlikely to quiet down any time soon:
- Content delivered and consumed via tablets; i.e. iPads mostly – the tablet is becoming THE dedicated platform for consumption
- Content sold in small increments instead of giant umbrella products – allowing one to buy just the content you need and leave out the rest
Makes sense, yeah?
Now… you’ve seen those great screencam recordings of how to do things on your iPad, right?
No? Well truth be told there haven’t been that many as it takes a special setup to do it well.
Ed Dale has done us all a solid and created a video that shows exactly how to do it.
I’m off to the electronics store, you go and check this out in the mean time 😉
Although I am looking forward to the the ipad3, it has to be remembered it is not the only table out there and there are actually better performing ones, but I have to say that it is the best made / designed one!
Roger – there may well be tablets with better specs than the current iPads (which may change with the upcoming #3) but all the other ones I’ve tried myself had serious shortcomings. UI was twitchy, surfing jerked around… The user experience seems to be what pulls the iPad ahead of the pack. Which is, I’m sure, what they spent so long perfecting anyway.
The new iPad has beautiful and rich color screen and i love my iPad.
I really am an apple fanboy, but Apple is the best…haha. There’s no real competitor yet in my opinion.