Keynote on iPad

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  1. bgizzle

    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    I'm already a big keynote user (and some of you that have stalked me probably already know this from the video of me giving a presentation), but I worry that the iPad doesn't seem to have a remote to use with keynote... unless it supports bluetooth clickers. Thoughts?
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    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    iWork app pricing

    Keynote, Pages, and Numbers will cost $9.99 each. Not bad at all!
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    Shawa Super Moderator

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    Ah, I love that presentation! About a credit card concept if I remember.

    Hmmm. My guess is that the only way to control it will be over Wifi/Bluetooth via iPhone using Pages Remote. Seems the logical Apple thing to do.
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    murphmanny Banned

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    The presentation; I remember that.

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    I like the cost for the apps. They aren't too much at all.
  5. Harry Goldfarb

    Harry Goldfarb New Member

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    well they have already said that the bluetooth keyboards will work with the iPad so maybe that means a bluetooth remote might come out (if im not mistaken the one that comes with macs use infrared like a normal remote)

    but it would seem logical that they would make an app for iphone/ipod to do that
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    one more thing i remember hearing that the keynote on the iPad will be projector friendly do you think they are creating an accessory to connect directly to a projector or does that mean when a presentation is created it can be sent to a computer and the keynote presentation will be able to run and look correct on the screen?
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    nvm i have found the answer thanks to gunzmaiet:
    http://www.multitouchfans.com/forums/showthread.php?t=275443
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    gunzmaiet New Member

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    if apple lets u change slides with headset controls, that would be pretty awesome
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    iWork apps are massive things, i'm sure theres ton of features that they didn't presented yet, due lack of time. Even without clicker it will be useful anyway
  8. bgizzle

    bgizzle Administrator Staff Member

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    I got a feeling that the software was incomplete in general, and that they only showed us the polished parts. After all, they still have 60 days+ until they ship.

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