Besides the loss of the Sketcher iOS app, the only significant change in the free CS4 version is the addition of the Magic Wand tool that works a lot like the one in Photoshop. Though the CS4 Magic Wand does work much like the one in Photoshop, it tends to miss more than the Windows version. Speed consistent with the Magic Wand in Photoshop has also been reduced when selecting an object. Also the selection cursor in CS4 is blurred to protect people from unexpected selections.
The iPad 2, released in April 2010, was the first Apple device to feature Retina Display, an upgraded high-resolution display on the iPad, iPod touch, and iPhone. Retina Display uses a fraction of the battery life and takes up less space than the previous screens.
The Mac OS X version of the app will allow you to export some of your artwork from the iPad or iPod touch to your Mac computer. When you use the iWork iPad app on an iOS device, the iPad's web browser will take you to the iWork iWork.com website where you can access your documents on your Mac. You can even create graphics in the iWork.com website and download and open the documents in the iWork for iOS app, and share them back and forth between the iWork website and the iWork for iOS app as you would normally do between the other iWork apps.
In January 2011 Apple released the iPad 2, an iPad 2 dominated by three iPads in one: the iPad 2 (16GB Wi-Fi), iPad 2 (32GB Wi-Fi), and iPad 2 (64GB Wi-Fi). The iPad 2 was released to replace the original iPad. This model moves up to the A5 processor and features a 9.7" display.
The new iPad 2 was an instant success in the consumer market, but less so in the business world. In fact, the market responded to the release of the iPad 2 by largely ignoring the iPad 2, with a dip in sales. The Mac App Store also fell behind in its sales curve with the release of the iPad 2. d2c66b5586