Apple Posts New iPad Ad "Learn"

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    Apple has posted a new television ad for the iPad on their website and YouTube channel. This ad focuses on the iPad's use as an educational tool.

    As usual, Apple focuses their iPad ads on user experience.

    Article Link: Apple Posts New iPad Ad "Learn"
     
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    Your wife will *love* the dual core tegra 2 chipset!
     
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    I can picture kids fighting over who gets to use the iPad first in class.
     
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    But it has flash /s
     
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    can someone tell me what that anatomy app is ? :confused:
     
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    I watch iPad ads and think about Android fanboys.. They just don't get it. It's like Steve said - "They are not even playing the same game."
     
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    I went to the site to find a list of the apps in the ad but it's not there.

    Anybody care to help?
     
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    You know what? I've really been wanting an iPad since March 2010. Every time I go to an Apple store, I get ready to pull the trigger but end up leaving empty handed. I already have my MBP and iPhone 4, so I really didn't need an iPad. But ever since HP had that Touchpad fire sale, I really started thinking about getting a tablet. At $99, the Touchpad was a steal.

    Sadly, I didn't get one. :(

    Just now, this commercial pushed me enough to actually go buy one ... a reurb one. Gotta save some money for that iPad 3! :D
     
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    Anyone recognize the chinese/japanese app?
     
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    +1, I would love to get that app to brush up on my chinese.
     
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    That guy in the commercial is off key when playing the C sharp! haha
     
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    The commercials just keep getting better and better.
     
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    I enjoy Star Walk far more than Solar Walk.
     
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    In Japanese/Chinese it means Friend.

    In Japanese at least, the character alone is read as "Tomo" or "Yuu". Usually used along ”達" which reads "Tomodachi".
     
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    Apple Ads....

    I hate the apple :)apple:) ads for one reason....

    THEY ARE JUST SOOOOO GOOD :D!

    Well done on another FANTASTIC commercial :cool:!
     
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    That's cool but a name of the app would be even better...
     
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    FYI: You can buy an Apple iPad in the parking lot for $300 that will work just as well as that Touchpad. Just don't remove the bubble wrap until you get home or you'll spoil the surprise. ;)
     
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    I bought one in the parking lot three months ago and have yet to unwrap the bubbles. In fact, I am starting to enjoy looking at bubbles. Maybe I'll just see it as is and put the thing on display. It might be the best $300 I've ever spent.
     
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    Touche people of MR, Touche! I'm going to be with a snickering face :cool:
     
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    Chinagram - Chinese writing. $4.99
     
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    Thanks mate :)
     
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    That actually makes me want an ipad.
     
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    Interesting. Samsung, HTC or Motorola tries to make you want to buy their tablet. Apple makes you want to an iPad to use great software.
     
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    I don't think it is. Pretty sure it's Skeletal 3D. Great app, I have it!
     

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