Finally, productivity apps like Documents to Go and Quickoffice, which bring Microsoft Office-like apps to the iPhone, would get a big-time boost from the iPad, as will blogging software like iBlogger and PDF readers like PDF Pro. Instead of teeny-tiny data cells and a pinky-tip-sized keypad, you'd get to work on a full-size screen and type on a keypad that can actually accommodate a finger. Imagine that -- less squinting and fewer typos.
None of us will know what the iPad is really good for until it lands in our hot little hands. But one thing is certain: Some iPhone apps are going to make a lot more sense.
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