The specs are astonishing though: a 9.7" glass multitouch display, 1.5 pounds, and only half an inch thick. It comes with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, an accelerometer, and, get this: 3G. The storage options come in 16, 32, and 64 gigabytes, and 10 hours of battery life. Every application has been redesigned especially for the iPad, and the iPad will also have it's own store with apps designed specifically for the device. It also can use any of the 140,000 existing app store apps, including the ones you already have downloaded. Speaking of stores, the iPad also has a book store exclusively for the included iBook app.
One fault, is the interface. The icons on the iPhone and on the iPad are exactly the same, including the size. There are huge, unnecessary gaps between the apps, which could have easily been fixed by making the icons bigger or allowing a fifth icon per slot. Also, one ridiculous feature is the "Slide to Unlock". This has no purpose considering that the iPad won't be bumping around in your pocket. It just looks weird on the display.