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Apple releases Oscar ad shot on iPad

Just in time for the Oscar’s, Apple is promoting the usefulness of its tablets when it comes to film making. The new ad airing at tonight’s awards show features students from the Los Angeles County High School. They used an iPad to write, produce, shoot, score, and edit films. The ad called “Make a film with iPad” was shot with an iPad Air 2 and even includes a voiceover from director Martin Scorsese. There is also a special section on the App Store now that highlights the different apps that the students used to make their films.

Source: Mashable | Via: MacRumors


Review: iPad Air 2 

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The iPad Air 2 packs an impressive amount of computing power in a device that’s barely as thick as this month’s issue of The New Yorker, it is also the most connected tablet, and one of the fastest Internet and LTE data devices available today.

Since 2010, Apple’s iPad has kicked off a revolution in mobile tablet computing, attracted an army of failed copycats, expanded its product line into the iPad mini, and sold over 225 million units. 

That’s no small feat for a product that had to reinvent tablet computing from the ground up, and which created its own business, largely in the shadow of the highly popular iPhone and its iOS operating system. Here's what I think of the latest iteration of the world's most successful tablet.

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