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This article created by Renee J. Valdez, author of Instant New iPad Features in iOS 6 How-to offers a break down of the apps that come natively installed on the new iPad.
(For more resources related to this topic, see here.)
New iPad features and native applications
We're going to identify some of the applications that come built-in to the new iPad. The applications designed by Apple for the iPad are Safari, Mail, Photos, FaceTime, Maps, Siri, Newsstand, Messages, Calendar, Reminders, Contacts, App Store, iTunes, Music, Videos, Notes, Camera, Photo Booth, Clock, Game Center, and Settings.
Let's get started by exploring these applications.
Locate the Mail, Photos, App Store, iTunes, Music, and Settings apps
For details on each app, visit http://www.apple.com/ipad/built-in-apps/
How to do it...
These apps form the base of the iPad and by themselves can satisfy most of our media and communication needs. We'll delve deeper into each of the following apps in the upcoming recipes.
iTunes and Music
How it works...
The applications can work together to provide a unifying experience. From the Photos app, we are able to share photos via the Mail application. Purchasing music in iTunes will allow us playback in our Music app. Ubiquity is what makes this device and its apps so useful.
This article gave us a brief overview of the application that illustrate the new iPad's features.
Resources for Article :
- Build iPhone, Android and iPad Applications using jQTouch [Article]
- Getting Started on UDK with iOS [Article]
- Interface Designing for Games in iOS [Article]
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About the Author :
Renee has been working in the tech industry for over 6 years. Focusing on mobile and tablet media, she's been involved in content delivery and the production of applications across multiple platforms.
When she's not tinkering with the latest device, she enjoys music genre theory, cats, and travelling.