Watch Jason Schwartzman Hilarious Video Introducing The New Yorker IPad App

Posted: Sep 27 2010, 2:08pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 27 2010, 2:15pm CDT, in News | Apple

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The New Yorker is now available on the iPad

The New Yorker magazine is now available on the iPad. The New Yorker hired actor Jason Schwartzman to introduce and demonstrate the new iPad app in a very funny video. You can watch the skid below. The video was directed by Roman Coppola. In the video Schwartzman wakes up with the iPad and explains The New Yorker app while he makes his coffee and takes a shower.

This week’s inaugural tablet issue features an animated version of David Hockney’s cover, which he drew on an iPad. You can read more about the New Yorker iPad app in this editorial on the New Yorker. The New Yorker iPad issue will be released each Monday. Each issue sells for $4.99 inside the free iPad app right now, which is of course way to high. Apple has not come up yet with a subscription model for publishers on the iPad.

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