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    Hi I just signed on and I am interested in learning about new products such as the iPad. I have the iPhone 3gs and and there area already apps that I use as a real estate appraiser. I'm curious about seeing the screen
    while in the sunlight, if it's as good visually as the iPhone then the iPad could be for me.
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    Hey, welcome to the ipad forums! Im dave, and i hope to see you around.:)
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    Welcome to the forum! I have the same concerns. Hopefully we'll find a demo on youtube or something of someone using the iPad outside..

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    Screen in the daylight

    I have the same concern. My iTouch screen is hard to read in the front seat of the truck without putting it in the shade. I don't have an iPhone, but my cell is impossible to see outside as well. I really hope the Apple team has a way of dealing with the glare of the Texas sun!:)

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