As predicted and previewed, the iPadOS shares its core with the iPhoneOS and does almost everything that the iPhone does. Good thing is that it runs all the 140,000 iPhone apps (in standard, and full-screen mode) and can also be used in landscape and portrait modes thanks to the accelerometer on board.
For the specs of the device, we have a 9.7 inch IPS multitouch display along with a 1GHz in-house processor chip by Apple. Comes in 16GB, 32GB to 64GB and boasts a battery-time of up to 10 hours in active mode and up to a month in standby-mode.
The iPad will be shipping in late March in two models: The WiFi and the WiFi + 3G. The pricing starts at $499 for the base WiFi model and ascends up to $829. Check out more on the official Apple iPad website.