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iMovie

Inside the iPad 2

You can learn a lot about a person—or a mobile device—in five weeks!

Minutes after it went on sale in the US, I was walking out the door of my local Best Buy with an iPad 2 under my arm. So, I've been using it for as long as any non-Apple employee—about five weeks when I wrote this review! The following describes my "long term" road test of the new iPad.

Thinner and lighter than the original


iPad 2: White


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Videos: Introduction

If your inner Spielberg is bursting to get out, your iOS device can help you every step of the process. You not only can watch movies and TV shows, you can record videos on your iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPad 2 and 4th generation iPod touch. In addition, you can edit video with the help of Apple’s iMovie ($4.99, app2.me/2551) and a number of third-party apps. Here are some of ways to take advantage of your device’s camera and video playback features. (Note that the iPad 2 was announced when this issue went to press. The new device has cameras and the Camera app built into it, and a version of iMovie will be available for it.


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