The latest device introduced by Apple, the iPad, is mainly suppose to attract is all from the field of education. In both the sectors of K-12 and in higher education, across grades, the iPad is help in re-shaping the way in which students use technology in the classrooms. Apple's iPad will come in six models. Three of them will work on Wi-Fi, and three will include a 3G cell phone wireless chip. The various capacities are 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB. Apple has established that the iPad showcases many different features, some that the iPhone provides, others that a laptop provides, and a few unique components that the iPad will provide on its own.
There are many interesting and important features of this iPad including e-reader. For both textbooks and classic books the iPad has the ability to be the first e-reader will be widely accepted by students. Additionally, iPad as an e-reader includes e-books that will cost less compared to hard copies. Another reason that the iPad is attractive is that it brings more to the table then being a simple e-reader. The iPad has the opportunity to become an integral part of a students day by being a new age notebook. Also, students have the option to freely write all over the page as well as utilize highlighters and drawing diagrams. It will enable students to have all of your notes, for every class in one place that weighs 1.5 lbs and is 0.5 inches thick is much more attractive to a student than traditional notebooks.