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Hello Everyone,

I am trying to find a list of subscription print magazines for iPad/iPad 2. I tried Googling for it but only get results for iPad magazine apps and their subscriptions. I'm looking for old fashioned paper magazines dedicated to iPad and iPad 2.

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Good luck. Seems an oxymoron to me - A printed on paper periodical dedicated to a single device of the many that are out now, that by it's very nature is helping to eliminate the need for such a thing.

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Good luck. Seems an oxymoron to me - A printed on paper periodical dedicated to a single device of the many that are out now, that by it's very nature is helping to eliminate the need for such a thing.
I was kind of thinking the same thing. Take the latest & greatest technology from Apple (in a society that's trying to "push" the paperless office and be "green")...and then develop print magazines for it? Seems sort of "old-fashioned".

I guess it's possible...but seems to me the latest & greatest new iPad/tablet technology would primarily have internet/electronic based periodicals.

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Not everyone on the planet owns an iPad, or can afford to buy one right now, but would still like to stay up on the technology, so that's why I'm asking. I saw two print magazines at Barnes and Nobles a couple of weeks ago dedicated to iPads but can't remember the names. Since the store is 2hrs from my house, I thought I'd check online resources before making the drive back. B&N website doesn't list the magazines online.

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I've always wanted to be smart, handsome and modest. But, I guess I'll have to be satisfied with two out of three . . .
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iPhone Life would be the only periodical in print that I'm aware of. They just sort of combined the iPad into the mix when it came out.

Most of the other Mac magazines are going to have stuff across the board, with maybe once or twice a year putting out an issue primarily related to an individual device.

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Not everyone on the planet owns an iPad, or can afford to buy one right now, but would still like to stay up on the technology, so that's why I'm asking. I saw two print magazines at Barnes and Nobles a couple of weeks ago dedicated to iPads but can't remember the names. Since the store is 2hrs from my house, I thought I'd check online resources before making the drive back. B&N website doesn't list the magazines online.
The one thing you may be forgetting is...you don't need an iPad to view iPad related periodicals on the internet. All you need is a desktop or laptop computer.

I'm sure there are MANY more internet based iPad focused blogs. webpages, and periodicals than the two print magazines you saw at Barnes & Noble.

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