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My New iPad, 2nd Edition by Wallace Wang

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Chapter 27. Viewing Photographs

If you’re like one of many people who own a digital camera (or a mobile phone with a digital camera), you probably already have dozens of digital photographs scattered all over your computer.

To get photographs into your iPad, you’ll need to synchronize them using iTunes (see Chapter 18) or buy Apple’s optional camera connector kit, which lets you plug a digital camera into an iPad through a USB port or through a Secure Digital (SD) card. No matter how you get your pictures into your iPad, you’ll be able to view and use them in different ways.

Remember, you aren’t just limited to storing digital photographs in your iPad. You can store any type of graphic image that’s in the JPEG, TIF, PNG, or GIF file format. That ...

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