Five days before the first batch of iPads are shipped, we are seeing what appear to be video leaks of Apple's tablet computer in action.
MacStories is publishing a 90-second clip that just might offer the inside scoop into what it will be like "Browsing the iPad App Store." As is the case with the iPhone and iPod touch, on the iPad, it will be all about the apps.
A gallery of dozens of "High Definition" apps on the iPad is available for review at Boy Genius Report. While Yahoo! Entertainment, Reuters, and Twitterrific all appear to be apps to be approved for the iPad, as expected the device will be a haven for gamers looking to bring the mobile experience back into the living room.
While consumers who ordered their iPads early should expect an April 3 delivery, recent purchases of the iPad won't be shipped until April 12. The same report from Gizmodo says that the first generation of iPads won't be available in stores on opening day.
Elsewhere on the iPad beat, All Things Digital is reporting that website publishers getting Apple exclusives are being approached to configure their sites for the launch in exchange for preferred exposure. Newsweek is preparing a bipolar cover story of the iPad for its April 5 edition, reports Fortune Magazine.
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