As I’m sure most of you are, I’m very disappointed about the delay in the iPad coming to Canada. I was actually planning a trip that was booked around the release of the iPad. Oh well, one good thing about the delay is that we have more time to learn about how to use the iPad, and who knows maybe all of the “bugs” will be worked out of the iPad before we get it!
The TidBits website has posted a very good article about some really ingenious ways of making your life easier when working (or playing) with the iPad. There are some new techniques and hidden shortcuts that maybe you don’t know about. For those of you who already own an iPhone you may be familiar with some of them.
One really neat tip I learned from the article is that there is an iBooks Easter Egg within the iBooks application. For those of you who don’t know what Easter eggs are, they are hidden programming surprises that developers sometimes include in software. Here is how to find the Easter Egg – in the iBooks app, touch and hold the shelves that display your library, then drag down as far as you can to reveal a little surprise hidden behind the faux wood. How cool is this! I can’t wait to try this out…..now if only I had an iPad!
Hey, could someone try this and let me know if it works for you and if so what is the Easter Egg?
**Edit** Here’s a picture of the Easter Egg taken off Gary’s iPad:
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