There are lots of uses for the iPad including using it to surf the internet, check email, view pictures and videos, use iTunes, buy apps, take notes, view calendar, and read ebooks. According to http://www.apple.com, the iBooks, as they’re called, “is a joy. Text looks crisp and bright. Pages turn with a flick.” And more and more people are reading ebooks, so you can assume that there are many people, who have iPads, using the iPad to read.
The Apple iPad is already the most popular eReader platform, according to new stats from comScore.
According to comScore’s research, the iPad rated highest in terms of consumers seriously considering purchase over the next three months at 15 percent of Internet users, with the Kindle at 14 percent.
Here’s how people interested in the iPad plan to use it:
“The tablet and e-reader market is developing at a breakneck pace right now, and Apple’s entry into the market is sure to accelerate mainstream consumer adoption,” said Serge Matta, comScore executive vice president. “These devices have the potential to be incredibly disruptive to the way consumers currently access digital content.”
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