“Apple’s new iPad arrived Friday and will almost certainly start showing up in the workplace this week,” Ryan Faas reports for Computerworld.
“With the iPad now the de facto tablet for business and the iPhone increasingly being seen as the business choice in a post-BlackBerry world, these new offerings from Apple will affect companies of all shapes and sizes,” Faas reports. “The improved graphics and video capabilities may make the iPad more suited to on-the-go media work. That very point — that the iPad is indeed useful for content creation — was highlighted at last week’s iPad unveiling.”
Faas reports, “The improved graphics capabilities may also bolster the use of iPads in healthcare. Although the new model’s display can’t yet compete with top-end radiology and medical imaging workstations, the higher resolution — 2048 by 1536 pixels — may make it even more attractive to the industry… Similar advantages will play out in architecture and design.”
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