The iPad

With a weight between 680 and 730 grams, its models are between those of smartphones and those laptops. Apple sold 3 million iPads in 80 days its output1.
The iPad runs the same operating system as the iPhone and iPod touch, iOS 5 for iPad, since October 12, 2011, the upgrading after owning a specific version of iOS, the 3.2. The iPad can run both applications specific to the platform that applications developed for iPhone and iPod touch. Without software modification, these applications are like the two devices, downloadable on the App Store.
Like the iPhone and iPod Touch, the iPad is controlled by a multi-touch screen sensitive to a maximum of eleven doigts2, unlike other ancient tablets that used a stylus triggering mechanism sensitive to pressure. The iPad uses either Wi-Fi models in this Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi + 3G, or 3G network connection, all to browse the Internet, download or upload data and install applications. The USB 2.0 cable, supplied was necessary for data synchronization with iTunes to version iOS 5 on a personal computer – the software by which the device is managed – is the same as iPod and iPhone lines.
Media reaction towards the iPad was generally neutral or positive, with more positive reaction after its release. If the press has generally welcomed the aesthetic responsiveness and intuitiveness of the device, it was more criticism of some of its limitations, and its very marked distinction with the iPhone or iPod Touch