Everything You Need To Know About The iPad

The suspense is over! Today, Apple unveiled its new tablet computer, aptly called the iPad, here in San Francisco. Steve Jobs positions the tablet as a third computing device between a laptop and a smartphone geared towards the “key tasks” of Web browsing, email, sharing photos, watching videos, playing games, and reading digital books. All current iPhone apps will run on the device, as well as new games and digital books designed specifically for it. Here’s a list of all our recent coverage from before, during and after the event.

  • Video: The iPad In Action (link)
  • The iPad: our take (link)
  • Apple has a solution for the iPad’s missing SD card slot and USB port: adapters(link)
  • Investors Didn’t Like The iPad Until They Heard Its $499 Price (link)
  • Apple Teams With AT&T For The iPad’s 3G Connection. Ugh. (link)
  • The iPad Comes With iBooks And Will Cost $500 To $830 (link)
  • New iPhone SDK with iPad support coming today, 100% compatibility with iPhone apps (link)
  • Looks Like The Apple iPad Doesn’t Have Flash, After All (link)
  • Apple unveils the iPad – at last – and it’s $499 (link)
  • Our Live Notes Of The Event (link)
  • The Tablet Could Spur A Media Revolution, But It Will Be Out Of Apple’s Hands (link)
  • Who Gets The First Hands On With The Apple Tablet? Maybe Jack Bauer. (link)
  • McGraw-Hill CEO Confirms Apple Tablet Is Coming Tomorrow (link)
  • The First Apple Tablet Commercial? No Way (link)
  • Apple Execs Downright Giddy About The Tablet (For Them Anyway) (link)
  • The Apple Tablet May Come With A Barnes & Noble Bookstore (link)
  • Breaking: Flurry Notices Cupertino-based Users Testing Apps on Apple Tablet (link)
  • Overheard: Steve Jobs Says Apple Tablet “Will Be The Most Important Thing I’ve Ever Done.” (link)