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Here's A Clever Way To Make The iPad Keyboard Better (APPL)

People love using the iPad for work. But they might love it better if they could have this cool gesture-based keyboard. Editing text on an iPad is slow and clunky, says Daniel Hooper. So he built a prototype for a faster, better keyboard and he wants people to lobby Apple to use his ideas. Take a look. Here's how to ask Apple for a better iPad keyboard. Go to this web page at Apple: http://www.
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