Jetstar iPad hands on: photos

Jetstar iPad hands on: photos

Summary: Jetstar held its inaugural iPad flight from Auckland to Melbourne yesterday, surprising its passengers with the use of Apple's tablet for free.

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    The Album page, once you've selected the music that you want to listen to.

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    There are 50 ebooks for children from not-for-profit program Child Writes, and will be updated bi-monthly. All of the ebooks on the iPad are written and illustrated by primary school-aged children.

    Jetstar has said that books will soon be available for adults as it works on a sourcing agreement with publishers.

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    E-magazines are sourced from ACP, and include Women's Weekly, Real Living, Wheels, Rolling Stone and Madison.

Topics: Apple, iPad, Travel Tech

Irene Mickaiel

About Irene Mickaiel

Irene is product manager in Australia for CBS Interactive sites such as CNET Australia, GameSpot, TV.com, ZDNet and TechRepublic. Before Irene became hooked on IT media, she worked on illustrated reference, lifestyle and education books.

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