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Pffttt. You thought we were done? No way! The iPad 2 has way more features than you could ever incorporate into one post. You can see the inital breakdown of the iPad 2 here. We’ve got a couple more things to talk about here so read on to find out even more about the iPad 2. 

iMovie

 

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“iMovie on the large iPad screen is full of features that make editing HD movies fast and fun. The Multi-Touch Precision Editor gives you the control to make the perfect cut. Edit multiple audio tracks with waveforms that let you see what you’re hearing. And discover many other features — from dynamic themes to direct HD sharing — that make iMovie on iPad an amazing experience.” - That’s what the Apple website says about iMovie for iPad…I say it’s understated. iMovie is by far the best video editing solution for any recreational user or professional on the go. You will never find a video editing program built specifically for mobile the way iMovie is for the iPad 2, iPhone 4, and iPod Touch. 

Personally, I’ve done a lot of video editing on the side and used some complex programs. I can confidently say that iMovie’s the simplest tool to use. You can dive right into a project, editing the videos you have on your camera roll, adding pictures, captions, custom audio, sound effects, and customized transitions, all with just the touch of your finger. This is an app for which I have seen no competitor, and the iPad version has even more features than the iPhone/iPod Touch version. 

The iPad version of iMovie allows you more features and capabilities for mobile editing. Taking advantage of the large amount of real estate the iPad screen has to offer, you can use a tool called Precision Editor to get that timing just right. The iPad version also lets you take more control over the sound in your video, wether it be sound effects, sound from the original video, or background music.

All this is coming to the App Store, bundled in a Universal App for $4.99 on March 11th. For those of you who don’t know, a Universal App is an app that has that little plus sign by the price in the App Store. It means that you only have to purchase it one time and you can have it on both devices, iPad and iPhone, without having to pay for it again on the other device. This is a really exciting app for an even more exciting price! 

GarageBand: “Wanted: Rock ‘n’ Roll Heroes. No Experience Required”

Next up is GarageBand. GarageBand is an application for Macs that comes bundled in iLife, along with iMovie, that is being ported to the iPad. GarageBand is another cool application, and it concentrates on making music. The Apple website reads, “Whether you’re a musical prodigy or just love creating your own walls of sound, GarageBand for iPad gives you all the tools you need to lay down fresh tracks and record music anywhere you go.”

In order to give this app its full justice, you really need to see it in action. The video below should give you a detailed idea of what this app is all about. Especially considering that it’s the official demo Apple gave for it at the announcement of the iPad 2.

 

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

wifi_3g_hero_20110302.jpg

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

garageband.jpg

“iMovie on the large iPad screen is full of features that make editing HD movies fast and fun. The Multi-Touch Precision Editor gives you the control to make the perfect cut. Edit multiple audio tracks with waveforms that let you see what you’re hearing. And discover many other features — from dynamic themes to direct HD sharing — that make iMovie on iPad an amazing experience.” - That’s what the Apple website says about iMovie for iPad…I say it’s understated. iMovie is by far the best video editing solution for any recreational user or professional on the go. You will never find a video editing program built specifically for mobile the way iMovie is for the iPad 2, iPhone 4, and iPod Touch. 

Personally, I’ve done a lot of video editing on the side and used some complex programs. I can confidently say that iMovie’s the simplest tool to use. You can dive right into a project, editing the videos you have on your camera roll, adding pictures, captions, custom audio, sound effects, and customized transitions, all with just the touch of your finger. This is an app for which I have seen no competitor, and the iPad version has even more features than the iPhone/iPod Touch version. 

The iPad version of iMovie allows you more features and capabilities for mobile editing. Taking advantage of the large amount of real estate the iPad screen has to offer, you can use a tool called Precision Editor to get that timing just right. The iPad version also lets you take more control over the sound in your video, wether it be sound effects, sound from the original video, or background music.

All this is coming to the App Store, bundled in a Universal App for $4.99 on March 11th. For those of you who don’t know, a Universal App is an app that has that little plus sign by the price in the App Store. It means that you only have to purchase it one time and you can have it on both devices, iPad and iPhone, without having to pay for it again on the other device. This is a really exciting app for an even more exciting price! 

GarageBand: “Wanted: Rock ‘n’ Roll Heroes. No Experience Required”

Next up is GarageBand. GarageBand is an application for Macs that comes bundled in iLife, along with iMovie, that is being ported to the iPad. GarageBand is another cool application, and it concentrates on making music. The Apple website reads, “Whether you’re a musical prodigy or just love creating your own walls of sound, GarageBand for iPad gives you all the tools you need to lay down fresh tracks and record music anywhere you go.”

In order to give this app its full justice, you really need to see it in action. The video below should give you a detailed idea of what this app is all about. Especially considering that it’s the official demo Apple gave for it at the announcement of the iPad 2.

 

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

wifi_3g_hero_20110302.jpg

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

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Pffttt. You thought we were done? No way! The iPad 2 has way more features than you could ever incorporate into one post. You can see the inital breakdown of the iPad 2 here. We’ve got a couple more things to talk about here so read on to find out even more about the iPad 2. 

iMovie

 

imovie.JPG

“iMovie on the large iPad screen is full of features that make editing HD movies fast and fun. The Multi-Touch Precision Editor gives you the control to make the perfect cut. Edit multiple audio tracks with waveforms that let you see what you’re hearing. And discover many other features — from dynamic themes to direct HD sharing — that make iMovie on iPad an amazing experience.” - That’s what the Apple website says about iMovie for iPad…I say it’s understated. iMovie is by far the best video editing solution for any recreational user or professional on the go. You will never find a video editing program built specifically for mobile the way iMovie is for the iPad 2, iPhone 4, and iPod Touch. 

Personally, I’ve done a lot of video editing on the side and used some complex programs. I can confidently say that iMovie’s the simplest tool to use. You can dive right into a project, editing the videos you have on your camera roll, adding pictures, captions, custom audio, sound effects, and customized transitions, all with just the touch of your finger. This is an app for which I have seen no competitor, and the iPad version has even more features than the iPhone/iPod Touch version. 

The iPad version of iMovie allows you more features and capabilities for mobile editing. Taking advantage of the large amount of real estate the iPad screen has to offer, you can use a tool called Precision Editor to get that timing just right. The iPad version also lets you take more control over the sound in your video, wether it be sound effects, sound from the original video, or background music.

All this is coming to the App Store, bundled in a Universal App for $4.99 on March 11th. For those of you who don’t know, a Universal App is an app that has that little plus sign by the price in the App Store. It means that you only have to purchase it one time and you can have it on both devices, iPad and iPhone, without having to pay for it again on the other device. This is a really exciting app for an even more exciting price! 

GarageBand: “Wanted: Rock ‘n’ Roll Heroes. No Experience Required”

Next up is GarageBand. GarageBand is an application for Macs that comes bundled in iLife, along with iMovie, that is being ported to the iPad. GarageBand is another cool application, and it concentrates on making music. The Apple website reads, “Whether you’re a musical prodigy or just love creating your own walls of sound, GarageBand for iPad gives you all the tools you need to lay down fresh tracks and record music anywhere you go.”

In order to give this app its full justice, you really need to see it in action. The video below should give you a detailed idea of what this app is all about. Especially considering that it’s the official demo Apple gave for it at the announcement of the iPad 2.

 

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

wifi_3g_hero_20110302.jpg

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

garageband.jpg

“iMovie on the large iPad screen is full of features that make editing HD movies fast and fun. The Multi-Touch Precision Editor gives you the control to make the perfect cut. Edit multiple audio tracks with waveforms that let you see what you’re hearing. And discover many other features — from dynamic themes to direct HD sharing — that make iMovie on iPad an amazing experience.” - That’s what the Apple website says about iMovie for iPad…I say it’s understated. iMovie is by far the best video editing solution for any recreational user or professional on the go. You will never find a video editing program built specifically for mobile the way iMovie is for the iPad 2, iPhone 4, and iPod Touch. 

Personally, I’ve done a lot of video editing on the side and used some complex programs. I can confidently say that iMovie’s the simplest tool to use. You can dive right into a project, editing the videos you have on your camera roll, adding pictures, captions, custom audio, sound effects, and customized transitions, all with just the touch of your finger. This is an app for which I have seen no competitor, and the iPad version has even more features than the iPhone/iPod Touch version. 

The iPad version of iMovie allows you more features and capabilities for mobile editing. Taking advantage of the large amount of real estate the iPad screen has to offer, you can use a tool called Precision Editor to get that timing just right. The iPad version also lets you take more control over the sound in your video, wether it be sound effects, sound from the original video, or background music.

All this is coming to the App Store, bundled in a Universal App for $4.99 on March 11th. For those of you who don’t know, a Universal App is an app that has that little plus sign by the price in the App Store. It means that you only have to purchase it one time and you can have it on both devices, iPad and iPhone, without having to pay for it again on the other device. This is a really exciting app for an even more exciting price! 

GarageBand: “Wanted: Rock ‘n’ Roll Heroes. No Experience Required”

Next up is GarageBand. GarageBand is an application for Macs that comes bundled in iLife, along with iMovie, that is being ported to the iPad. GarageBand is another cool application, and it concentrates on making music. The Apple website reads, “Whether you’re a musical prodigy or just love creating your own walls of sound, GarageBand for iPad gives you all the tools you need to lay down fresh tracks and record music anywhere you go.”

In order to give this app its full justice, you really need to see it in action. The video below should give you a detailed idea of what this app is all about. Especially considering that it’s the official demo Apple gave for it at the announcement of the iPad 2.

 

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!

 

wifi_3g_hero_20110302.jpg

Same Speed, Different Network

Another nice thing about the iPad 2, following on the heels of the CDMA iPhone, is that you can get the Wifi+3G model on AT&T OR Verizon. This will appeal to potential Motorola Xoom defectors that were going to go to the Xoom to get coverage on the Verizon network. Just another smart business move on Apple’s part.

 

This about wraps it up for the iPad 2. The only other notable things are the addition of a gyroscope and the availability of two colors, white and black. Stay tuned for a product review when it comes out!