Have gotten Pages to crash when looking at inserting a shape, I think. Document was ok.
The ability to use Pages in both landscape (better if you like a big keyboard) as well as portrait is nice.
I’m enjoying both GoodReader and InstaPaper Pro.
The on-screen keyboard should be prettier. It’s clear and functional, but lacks the “ooh – pretty” factor that so much of the rest of the iPad has.
See an app like PCalc for an example of how nice keys can look.
After using the iPad on my flight to Italy, I have to say that it is excellent for that purpose. No issues with trying to open a laptop screen in a crowded seat, or fears of the destruction that can be cause by the person in front of you leaning their seat back!
No cleaning cloth? Apple seems to be cheaping out a bit here.
WiFi sensitivity does seem a bit less than other devices.
After several days in Italy with no Internet for my iPad I am thinking a bit harder about the whole wifi-only versus wifi-plus-3G question. Not that that should have helped here – with the insane data rates I’d be paying in Europe, even my iPhone is not connected to the internet.
Now, this isn’t really a fair test since even without 3G, if I was a stateside I’d have regular Internet connections which would at least let me sort of “cache up” some data. But still… Thinking about it.
Seems like there is plenty of room to put more app icons on the screens. Did Apple decide not to for aesthetic reasons? Avoiding the too-crowded look?