eBooks are digital books that can be read on the iPad. They can be purchased from the app store and downloaded onto your iPad for later reading. There are numerous types of books available for purchasing, with almost every single popular paperback book having a digital version as well.

The History of iPad Books

The history of iPad books date back many decades, with the first eBooks originating in the 1980s and 1990s. In 1992 Sony launched their Data Discman, which was capable of displaying print from electronic books stored on CDs. eBooks never became popular until the advent of the internet in the late 90s, which made it much easier to sell, purchase and distribute eBooks among internet users. The eBook and iPad book revolution took off in the late 2000s after the advent of the Amazon Kindle and the iPad, which could display eBooks in extremely high resolutions.

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Making the decision towards purchasing an iPhone is the first step in owning a phone that incorporates some of the most advanced technology that has ever been seen in smartphone design. Your next hurdle towards owning an iPhone will be deciding where to purchase it. You have many options including from the official Apple Store, purchasing online through retailers such as Amazon, purchasing from a private party or you can buy iPhone through a wireless service carrier.

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iPod vs. Zune HD

Evren Elveren —  April 13, 2013 — Leave a comment

Ever since Microsoft released their featured MP3 player, the Zune HD in 2009 it has always been compared to its biggest competitor, the iPod touch. While the two devices are designed differently and use different operating systems, they each offer much of the same functionality and purpose as each other. The primary purpose of both the iPod and the Zune HD is to play music, games and browse the web when you’re out and about. We will compare the iPod vs. Zune HD with four categories: capacity, battery life, screen size and quality, and finally the price.

Capacity

The Zune HD is available in either 16, 32 or 64 GB flash memory configurations. The iPod Touch can be purchased with either 32 GB or 64 GB of flash memory. This makes both devices tied in the category of storage space. Unless you have a library with millions of songs both the Zune HD and the iPod touch have more than enough storage capacity for your music.
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The iPad is one of the bestselling tablet in tablets in the world for a variety of reasons. First, access to the app store gives the tablet more than 775,000 different apps to choose from. Second, the various features included in the tablet such as retina display and rear and forward facing cameras make it very popular. Finally, the ability to attach accessories such as keyboards and external displays make the iPad a very popular item. There are numerous keyboards available for the iPad, each with its own characteristics, pros and cons and prices.

History

The iPad was released on April 3rd 2010 and quickly became one of the bestselling tablets on the market. People soon realized the virtual keyboard included with the iPad was not adequate for typing long documents or composing long emails. Soon accessory developers started producing physical keyboards that could be used with the iPad. These keyboards came in a variety of different shapes and incorporated different features.

Top iPad Keyboards

Below are the three most popular keyboards for the iPad including a brief description:
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Apple chief executive officer (CEO) Tim Cook, apologized from iPhone clients in China about the after-sale service of iPhones. The apology comes about a week after Chinese state media began its open criticism of Apple and its response to warranty complaints. Even the People’s Daily magazine called Apple “arrogant” in dealing with Chinese consumers, saying Apple ignored customers and offered sub-par customer service. On Apple’s official Chinese site, Cook said that there will be an in-depth revision for the after-sale services for our iPhone customers. He promised the standardization of the after-sale service with following the repairs, replacements and return rules. And he said “We always harbor immense respect to China, the Chinese consumer is always the top priority of our hearts”
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