Apple Launches New iPad Advert, “Learn”
There aren’t too many things to cheer up “back to school day”, except for the fact that it’s a Thursday, so you’ve only got two days to go, but at least there’s a brand new iPad 2 advert to gaze at from Apple, Cult of Mac reports, and it’s actually one with a learning theme, presumably to celebrate, if that’s the word, going back to school. Called “Learn”, the ad focuses on all the different ways that you can use your iPad for learning, such as reading about ideas on the TED app, learning new languages, such as Japanese, reading books, learning about anatomy by looking at a very cool skeleton, delving into astronomy, learning to play the piano or chess, or even just doing your sums. Of course the ad, complete with soothing Peter Coyote voice-over as usual, makes even writing sums on a virtual chalkboard look like fun!
Source: Apple’s New iPad 2 Ad, “Learn” [Video] | Cult of Mac
The chess app is tChess Pro
If you go to the iTunes Store, there is a section, "Apps from iPad TV Ads," that will tell you what all the apps are.
The chess game is tChess Pro.