Ipad User Interface-nothing Like It!
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iPad made the highest sales record of 2 million sales in just 2 months of its release. There are numerous dimensions proving the diversity of iPad. Technically, and both interfacing wise, it is undoubtedly an exceptional device that literally bridges iPhone and laptop mechanisms.
In appearance the 9.6 inch multi-touch screen processed with 1GHz Apple A4 customized chip design, gives high-performance and low-power system-on-a-chip along accelerometer and ambient light sensor. iPad has its own gestures and specialties that overlook its widened gaming and eBook reading interface. Although iPad is a latecomer, and also called as Kindle's netbook competitive device that stands fifth amongst the six largest book publishers of U.S. iPad shares 22% of the total e-book market with five million downloads (precisely counts an average of 2.5 books for every user).
Newly launched iPad from Apple Inc. includes some outstanding and distinguishable user interface features:
- Touch-to-touch with long leaps and jumps
Was it ever possible on your iPhone to swap over 2 fingers at a time or twirl the mysterious game controller with three fingers? No! You can merely flick your fingers here and there as quick as you can on iPhone, and in addition iPad's larger screen lets you enjoy a rapid tap-to-swap interface with its unique gesture to drag multiple slides in a Keynote with two hands.
- Popover windows
iPad's UI popovers, and comparative to iPhone, it lets you look over the folders and drop into the interface, making a choice from the list. It works as a popped up box with a vast number of choices. The interface takes you along multiple levels of an assortment with a selection of functions to calculate. Media Navigator is also one kind of the popover and best fits to the device.
- Electronic dog ear
iPad's newly upgraded interface features an electronic dog ear. With this, you don't need to worry about memorizing the words or phrases on the corner of a page. Just add up a bookmark on the particular page or passage with some notes to show up next time about the page's background. It will show up in your table of contents and there you can straight forwardly skip to it.