Apple's latest iPad 2 commercial is all about Love

Apple has begun airing another new iPad 2 commercial, again voiced by Peter Coyote, and this time called "Love".

For some it's a lifelong passion [shows basketball plays]. For others, it's something discovered yesterday [shows music mixer]. We all have things that speak to us [shows 3D car model]. They drive us to get up early [shows landscape painting]. And stay up late [shows iMovie]. Getting lost in the things we love has never felt quite like this [shows dinosaur animation].

Again, it's filled with what the iPad 2 can do, with real people in real situations solving real needs. This whole series of ad

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I am noticing an ever increasing number of things I can do with the iPad2, particularly as a musician and artist. I'm going to hold out for the iPad 3 though.

I don't know the exact name of the basketball app, but I use Assistant Coach, and it's great!

I don't know the exact name of the basketball app, but I use Assistant Coach, and it's great!

I take it you can get on to Sites Like Twitter,, Bebo, Facebook ect!! But can you play the Games on Facebook like you can with a Computor?? Plus how many Apps has it got?? Thanks Liz

Sorry I think i meant to say ,, can you Play Games like Farmville Ect on Facebook,,, Also i heard it Doesnt have Flashplayer,, Does anyone have any Problems With NOT having it????

The actor at 0.21 seconds looks identical to me!! If anyone knows how i can go about finding his name that would help me out so much! Thanks

Hey guys, does anyone know the app featured on one of the commercials that records lectures and types up what the professor is saying for you?? I have looked everywhere and can't find it.
Any help is much appreciated!