I installed iOS 7 for my iPad and for my iPhone. My first thought was, 'OMG, it's Windows 8.' No 'live' tiles but still the look and feel of Windows 8. Looks like Apple is a fan of Metro, even if Windows users aren't.
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I like playing Angry Birds, but I have also gotten tired of the game. As a major Star Wars fan I could not wait until the release of Angry Birds Star Wars and am playing through the levels on my iPad and Galaxy Note II right now.
Generally I'm not a huge fan of iPad keyboards but I'm secretly carrying a torch for the Brydge Kickstarter project -- which just got a reboot.
I struggled for months before purchasing my iPhone and iPad--even turned down a chance at the iPad soon after launch but now am an avid Apple fan.
Doc is certainly a gadget guy and I’m also a big Apple fan, so I’ve been watching the launch of the new iPad with great interest. Part of me thinks it might be a huge failure, but a bigger part is pretty sure it’s going to set the stage for a whole new category of device. It’s part eBook and part computer and may be the first product that has even naysayers admitting that electronic publications have come of age.
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