Apple has just launched a bunch of new tutorial videos on its Web site that showcase all the features and how you can access them when you get your new iPad.
The biggest question this answers is how the iBook feature will work. Similar to other e-reader devices, users will be able to alter the font size, bring up a table of contents on the fly, and search for individual words in a built-in dictionary.
Other videos run through how programs like YouTube, Safari, iTunes, and e-mail look on the device. Some other apps, like Numbers, a basic spreadsheet program; and Keynote, Apple's version of Powerpoint, are also featured in the videos.
But hey, don't take my word for it. Check out the Guided Tour videos for yourself.
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