Steve Jobs demos iPad Web-browsing features
January 27, 2010, 11:35am PST | Length: 00:02:51
Apple CEO Steve Jobs sits down with the new Apple tablet and shows off its Web-browsing, e-mail, and keyboard features.
>> It's nothing like seeing it, so I would love to show it to you now. Let's take a look at it. Using this thing is remarkable, it is so much more intimate than a laptop and it is so much more capable than a smartphone with this gorgeous large display. So, this is the locked screen, I unlock it, the icons display in, let's go right to the web. So, here we are at apple.com and I am just going to go to Safari. I just touch the bookmarks icon and touch the New York Times let's say. And here we are ready for New York Times, you can see how fast it is. And I can just scroll around here and look at the whole front page of the New York Times. Anywhere I want to go, anything I want to make bigger I can make bigger. If I want to go into a story I can just touch it and I go into that story.
>> Back to the front page. And so, I can browse around the New York Times so easily. It is really great. I go down here...
>> See what is happening today? And again, just so easy to go into a story like this. See the photographs, read the story. It is that simple. We go to another website here. Let's go to Time Magazine. Let's see what is up in Time's website.
>> Just flip through the website, see what's happening. We go to another one here, Fandango, want to buy some tickets to a movie, grab the tablet that is in the kitchen. Go to Fandango on your iPad and buy your tickets. It's that simple, the whole website in the palm of your hands. We go to another one. It's kind of nice National Geographic.
>> And again, you know we can look at this in landscape mode if we'd like, go back to portrait. It's very, very simple.
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