With iOS 5 and iCloud, Apple’s iPad 2 is dramatically thinner and boasts front and rear cameras, a faster processor (Dual-Core A5 chip). The display is the same 9.7-inch, 1024 x 768 panel as on the first iPad, with an oleophobic coating for easier fingerprint removal, and 132ppi resolution. An IPS display with LED backlighting, it’s still among the best on current tablets, though the resolution falls short of the 1280 x 800 panels we’re seeing on Android Honeycomb tablets like Motorola’s XOOM and Asus Transformer. Still, viewing angles are very broad, and no matter whether you’re viewing in landscape or portrait orientation, or even completely upside-down, there’s no discoloration or ghosting as can be the case with cheaper screens. These features are amazing for us enjoying movies on iPad 2.
Besides starting the fun right away with iTunes to instantly stream/watch HD movies and popular TV shows, we can also enrich our digital entertainment on iPad 2 by downloading and copying 1080p Blu-ray movies to iPad 2. This article will talk about how to transfer Blu-rays to iPad 2 by ripping/converting Blu-ray HD movies to the Apple Tablet under Mac OS X Lion. Besides, I also share something about how to get full-screen playback. READ MORE »