Mossberg Answers Burning Apple IPad Questions

Posted: Apr 8 2010, 1:41am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:28pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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The Apple iPad is now in the hands of its first users since five days. It is interesting to see what questions are the most common iPad users have in this early phase of their new life with the iPad.
Walter Mossberg just answered a couple of iPad questions that he received since he published his iPad review.

The questions include "Can you print from an iPad?", "The iPad lacks a USB port, so how do you get files into it?" and "Can I run Windows or Mac programs on the iPad?". Read the answers on the Wall Street Journal.

To the print related question is to add that there is a rumor that iPhone OS 4.0 will have direct print support.

The question about running Windows or Mac apps on the iPad shows that many users are confused with the two operating systems Apple is offering. It becomes more apparent with the iPad as it is closer to a MacBook than the iPhone. It will get more confusing or maybe less when Apple is introducing touchscreen MacBooks.

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