Loc: Alexandria, VA
Well, let's think about this for a second:
It has to have the ability to get stuff on and off the drive, since at least there has to be a way of getting iWork documents on and off the machine, and those files will probably be too large to e-mail (or something). The 30-pin connector may act as that conduit -- they already have a USB power adapter; I can see where that could xfer data as well ...
Also, John, there does appear to be an SD card reader available already =)
I guess it remains to be seen how easy any of that will actually be ;-)
Loc: Louisville, KY
I expect the update to iTunes to support the transfer of files.
I just now see what you are talking about:
iPad Camera Connection Kit The Camera Connection Kit gives you two ways to import photos and videos from a digital camera. The Camera Connector lets you import your photos and videos to iPad using the camera’s USB cable. Or you can use the SD Card Reader to import photos and videos directly from the camera’s SD card.
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