While we wait patiently here in the Great White North for the arrival of the iPad, some great new apps are popping up. Although I don’t have my iPad yet I’ve been hunting down apps that may be useful once I do.
As we all know, the iPad doesn’t have a camera yet, which means no pretty pictures while you’re out and about fooling around with your latest toy. Luckily, developer Yusuke Sekikawa has developed two lovely applications that will allow you to take pictures with your iPad… kind of.
How does it work? You load up both apps, the one on your iPhone and the one on your iPad and devices will connect, either via WiFi or Bluetooth. Once they’re connected your iPad basically becomes a viewer for whatever your iPhone is shooting.
On the iPad you have full control over zoom and a “save-to-iPhone” function.
This app illustrates the possibilities of using the iPad as a “professional” device. It’s only a matter of time before we see apps that will allow image manipulation via the iPad, or possibly even video recording and editing. The iPad could, potentially, become a valuable viewing tool that professionals can use on site in lieu of a laptop. The primary drawback would be the lack of expandable storage capacity on the iPad as well as the lack of a filesystem and file management.
Possibly a Jailbreak solution? Possibly the iPad Pro?
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