Hello for the UK ... and a question too

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    Hello from the UK ... and a question too

    I am seriously considering buying an ipad2, which will be my first ever Apple product.

    I am developing web sites, so will need it to show prospective clients.

    I'll get the 3G model so I'll be able to go online wherever I am, assuming there will be coverage.

    If this is not possible, I am right in assuming (just like a laptop) I can save the html files on the machine and view these too. At least thenm I could show a website, albeit not the live version, but near enough.

    Is this correct ?

    thanks

    William
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    As far as I know it is not possible to save HTML files from the iPad's native browser Safari. That's the bad news.

    The good news is that you can use a 'bookmarklet' to save any web page as a PDF document and then view that using the iPad's iBooks PDF reader. That's the good news.

    So, basically, you won't have any problem!!

    Welcome to the Forum

    Tim
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    Use GoodReader app for jpegs and pdf's, plus you can annotate them at the same time.
    Use vpn to your home computer or save screenshots into a keynote presentation.
    Take notes and keep an audio record of your meetings with NoteTaker HD or Notify+.
    Draw mind maps with Popplet or MindNode. Draw sketches with Penultimate or Adobe Sketch.
    Take a good trawl through these forums for other suggestions.

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