Thursday, February 3, 2011

Apple iPad

Safari - The best way to see site

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The Safari web browser on iPad puts the Internet in your hands — literally. View whole web pages in portrait or landscape on the large Multi-Touch screen with vibrant color and sharp text at a size that’s actually readable. When you rotate iPad to landscape, the page you’re viewing rotates, too, then expands to fit the display.

Let your fingers do the surfing.

With iPad, navigating the web has never been easier or more intuitive, because you use the most natural pointing device there is: your finger. Scroll through a page just by flicking up or down on the screen. Double-tap a section on a page to enlarge or shrink it. Or pinch to zoom in or out. When you touch and hold a link, Safari shows you the URL so you know before you go. There’s also a handy thumbnail view that shows all your open pages in a grid, so you can quickly move from one page to the next.

Built for speed.

Safari takes full advantage of the powerful technology built into iPad. It connects to the web via high-speed 802.11n Wi-Fi. And when you’re away from a Wi-Fi network, you can surf from just about anywhere with optional 3G networking.* Because Safari supports the latest web video and audio innovations in HTML5, you can enjoy the rich multimedia experience you expect from the Internet. Safari plays compatible video right in the page, or you can double-tap a video to play it full screen.

Your favorites at your fingertips.


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nc your bookmarks from your Mac or PC, and add even more right from your iPad. A handy bookmarks view makes it easy to access your f

avorite sites. Google, Yahoo!, and Bing searching is built in, so it’s easy to find what you’re looking for. And when you want to enter a URL, fill out a form, or search for text within a page, the big onscreen keyboard appears. If you check the same websites every day, you can even create icons on the Home screen that let you access them with a single tap.

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