New gestures, effects, multi-touch editing, and wireless sharing of photos between iOS devices.
Chief architect of iPhoto now on stage offering a demo, talking about how Apple has reinvented iPhoto for iPad.
Shelves for photo albums, tap to edit, swipe from the side to grab a thumbnail, and a new bezel gesture.
Double-tapping a photo automatically finds similar looking photos.
iPhoto for iPad supports photos of up to 19 megapixels.
Built in sharing features for email, Twitter, Flickr and more.
You can tap to edit specific portions of an image -- brighten and darken areas with touch gestures.
Still demoing iPhoto -- showing artistic effects, sharpen, soften, darken, repair.
Can add notes to photos, browse photos by calendar view, a map to show the location of your photos.
It works the same on the iPhone... Demo is over.
Phil calls iPhoto for iPad a "breakthrough" piece of software.
$4.99 available today on the App Store.
Now demoing a video about the new iPad.
Video references the new iPad as "third-generation iPad." still no official name from Tim or Phil.
Apple says the iPads Retina display has take the pixels out of the signal paths so theres no interference -- true RGB.
Recapping the A5X processor which makes everything on the new iPad faster and smoother while maintaining the same 10 hour battery life.
Wireless tech: WiFi, Bluetooth, 3G, 4G LTE...
iPad 2 will remain on sale starting at $399
At $399, It will allow schools to afford more iPads.
iPad 2 16GB WiFi $399, WiFi+ 3G $529
The new iPad WiFi $499, $599, $699 for 16GB, 32GB and 64GB
The new iPad 4G $629, 729, $829
for 16GB, 32GB and 64GB
Thanking all the employees for their hard work.
Promising more of the same innovation throughout the year
2012: "There's a lot to look forward to.
Guys -- We really apologize for the problems ScribbleLive had throughout the event and will do our absolute best to improve on the experience next time.
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