Just like the iPhone and the iPod Touch, the iPad is able to take a screenshot, to capture the contents of its current screen as a new image.
This is very easy to do, and there is also a neat little trick for creating new images out of existing photos via the screenshot feature on the iPad.
Hit the jump for a quick run-through on these …
A quick set of Getting Started tips for the iPad
Today is iPad Launch Day Part 2 – the day that the iPad WiFi + 3G models hit the streets. I’ve had my WiFi only iPad for just about four weeks now, so this seems as good a time as any to share a few quick ‘iPad Starter’ type tips.
Read on for some categorized tips that I hope may be helpful if you’re just getting to know your lovely new iPad …
The iPad Camera Connection Kit’s primary purpose is to import photos and images from iPhones, cameras, and SD cards, for storage and display on the iPad.
I just received mine yesterday and have now had a chance to try out importing photos from an iPhone via the iPad Camera Connection Kit – so I thought I’d share a few notes on how to work with the Camera Connection Kit and some general notes on what it does and doesn’t do.
Touch wood, I have not experienced any WiFi issues with my iPad so far – but I know there are a lot of folks who have been reporting problems of this sort. For those who do, Apple has got a Knowledge Base support article on the subject – with a rundown of symptoms and possible fixes for the issues.
A quick guide to using your iPad in Picture Frame mode
If you thought the iPad was going to make for a gorgeous digital photo frame, you were absolutely right. This is already one of the many pleasures I’ve found in the iPad. I’ve got my iPad dock placed just to the right of my main MacBook on my desk – and it is a perfect spot to enjoy some great family photos when I put the iPad into Picture Frame mode.