iPads are the new magazine of choice so it only makes sense to offer them for free in airports. The next time you stop by New York’s LaGuardia airport, or Minneapolis’ St. Paul International or Canada’s Toronto Pearson International airport, you may find just that.
You may just find some iPads on display and free to use. OTG Management, a company who runs airport eateries, will be distributing about 2,500 iPads for use. They will be free to use but they will be locked to the tables and will have the software locked too.
This means that users will only be able to access the tablet’s most basic functions. You can web surf, play some games and check Facebook. What do you think? Does this make your airport visit better?
Apple now offers two versions of the iPad, the iPad 2 and iPad 3, have a look at the difference between the iPad 2 and iPad 3.