Yesterday, during the 2010 Oscars gala, Manzana I issued your iPad's first ad. The funny thing is that, in parallel to the discoveries made by Neil Curtis, new details have appeared about the iPad that we still don't know.
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This is, perhaps, the most striking. It is a button that appears in the upper left corner of the application iWorks, in which you can clearly read ?My Documents". This means that on the iPad we will probably find a folder in which all our documents are stored (Excel, Powerpoint, PDF?s, etc?)
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In this image (although it does not look very good) it seems to indicate that the prices of some books will be around $ 15 A little expensive, really.
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And finally, the famous camera of the iPad that has been talked about so much seems to be present in this last image. Although it may well be a proximity sensor like the one that incorporates the iPhone or of a sensor to calculate the ambient light and adapt the brightness of the screen.