"The following videos are about a band from China called Yaoband. This band exemplifies a great example of how to use the iPad for creation purposes, as opposed to (only) consumption. These are official videos made by Apple to display the iPad and it’s “Your Verse” campaign. This campaign shows how people around the world use their iPads in their work and leisure, apart from your regular consumption uses."
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