The Telegraph Guide to the iPad – free iBook
Thousands of people have downloaded our free iPad book, which is packed with tips for users, great apps to download and fascinating stories about Apple’s hit tablet.
A shopper shows off his new iPads
The iPad is a groundbreaking computer that has proved what other manufacturers could not: that there is a large market for tablets. Apple had sold 55 million iPads before the launch of the new iPad and they are expected to sell around 60 million more in 2012.
The Telegraph Guide to the iPad is available now as a free download from Apple’s iBookstore. Thousands of people have already downloaded a copy, sending the book into the top five on Apple’s free iBooks chart.
The book explains the iPad phenomenon, examines the background to the device and looks at how Apple’s iCloud service is designed to work with the tablet computer.
The Telegraph’s Shane Richmond also takes an in-depth look at the new iPad, offers tips for getting started with iPhoto, one of Apple’s new flagship apps, and rounds up some great accessories for iPad owners.
If you are thinking of buying the new iPad, the book contains an in-depth review as well as a guide to what’s new in Apple’s latest tablet.