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The '''iPad''' is a [[tablet computer]] product produced by [[Apple Inc.]] It was announced by [[Steve Jobs]] on the 27 January 2010 at the Yerba Buena centre in [[San Francisco]], [[California]]. The device is a touchscreen tablet-form computer that runs the [[iPhone]] "touch" OS, as well as software designed for the iPhone and specifically for the iPad, delivered through Apple's iTunes-based App Store.
 
The '''iPad''' is a [[tablet computer]] product produced by [[Apple Inc.]] It was announced by [[Steve Jobs]] on the 27 January 2010 at the Yerba Buena centre in [[San Francisco]], [[California]]. The device is a touchscreen tablet-form computer that runs the [[iPhone]] "touch" OS, as well as software designed for the iPhone and specifically for the iPad, delivered through Apple's iTunes-based App Store.
It is possible also to buy or download without going to Apple Store.
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It is possible also to buy or download some Applications directly, without going to Apple Store.
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Today it is sold in 2 versions, each one in 3 memory capacity:
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1 - With WI-FI connection.
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2 - With 3G connection (besides WI-FI)
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Each one with 16, 32 or 64 GB.
  
  
 
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The iPad is a tablet computer product produced by Apple Inc. It was announced by Steve Jobs on the 27 January 2010 at the Yerba Buena centre in San Francisco, California. The device is a touchscreen tablet-form computer that runs the iPhone "touch" OS, as well as software designed for the iPhone and specifically for the iPad, delivered through Apple's iTunes-based App Store. It is possible also to buy or download some Applications directly, without going to Apple Store. Today it is sold in 2 versions, each one in 3 memory capacity: 1 - With WI-FI connection. 2 - With 3G connection (besides WI-FI) Each one with 16, 32 or 64 GB.


{{#ev:vimeo|12643047|275}} A demonstration of some of the iPad's functionality to read a scientific article.

(CC) Video: Roderic Page