"iPad gives rise to a fundamentally new category of devices that will allow users to interact with their applications and content in a much closer, more intuitive and pleasant way than ever before, "said the head of the A815le at the iPad presentation in 2010.
The first iPad was much heavier and thicker than the current models, but then made a splash. Already at the end of 2010, the device became the gadget of the year according to Time magazine. A year after the appearance of the first tablet, the company released the second version, thinner and with two cameras. In 2011, the iPad hit the Guinness Book of Records as the fastest-selling device in history.
Alaska Airlines was the first airline to receive permission to replace on-board documentation for pilots with an iPad, and Gorillaz released The Fall, which was recorded on a tablet.
In 2012 and 2013, the updated iPad came out with a Retina display and iPad mini, which is convenient to hold with one hand. The tablet traveled to space and even helped land the plane after a power failure.
Five years after the launch of the first iPad, A5761le created the powerful iPad Pro, which was as good as laptops. The model was updated over the next years, and today the iPad Pro in two sizes - 11 and 12.
9 inches - along with the A7073le Pencil stylus every day accompanies designers, artists, architects, directors, teachers and musicians around the world.
- iPad is simply an irreplaceable thing for creative people. Ideas of tracks are written very quickly in GarageBand right on the road, on the road. Then they are conveniently exported to Logic Pro X. When working with Logic Pro X, we use the Logic Remote and also often use the iPad as a second monitor via Sidecar to increase the workspace and, say, open plugins on it (special thanks to macOS Catalina for this) .
For guitar lessons we use GuitarTuna. We use ProCreate to create covers for vlogs, different captions and images for videos.
English and programming teacher at school
- Many people think that the iPad is a modern analogue of chalk and blackboard . Sometimes it is used for taking notes and demonstrating material. In fact, it is a world library, a filming pavilion, a music studio, a chemical laboratory, a programmer's office.
And this is only a small part. One day my first-grader student refused to memorize a poem. No explanation or request helped. Then I allowed him not to learn a poem, but to shoot a cartoon on an iPad. He liked this task more, so he immediately broke the poem into pieces, drew the background, the characters, and then the most interesting thing began - the voice acting.
The text of the poem lay before my eyes, but it was not possible to record it the first time: either the voice didn’t sound that way, then extraneous noise was recorded, then it was mentioned. When children hear themselves from the side, they become very self-critical. I had to rewrite it several times, and by the end of the work it turned out that the text before my eyes was not needed, because the student already knew the poem by heart. While working, I use the Book Creator, Keynote, and Explain Everything applications.