Apple's iPad launched in 9 more countries today and while many of you snuck them out of the US early, many more are likely waiting in line at the Apple Store or in front of the window for the delivery truck. Once you've gotten your hands on Apple's new tablet, once you've turned it on and played around with the browser and photos, you may be wondering what to do next Don't worry, TiPb's got your back:

  • Get apps and games. Apple has unleashed almost 2000 of them already (seriously, we've stopped counting!). You can find them -- all of them -- on iTunes, either on your Windows or Mac, or right on the iPad App Store. Because of the US release, we had a head start and have covered a ton of iPad apps here already, and there'll be plenty more to come so keep checking back.

  • Get accessories. The iMore Store has just started offering iPad accessories. If you want to protect that big, beautiful screen or wrap a case over that pristine aluminum shell, be sure to check them out! We've done a bunch of reviews for cases, keyboards, stylus, and all sorts of other accessories as well, so if you just want to see what's available, check those out.

  • Get talking. If you just want to talk about your new iPad and all those apps and accessories, or if you need help getting started (or to trouble-shoot bugs), or advice and recommendations, we have two new discussion groups just for you: iPad Device and Help Forum and iPad Apps and Games Forum.

I ordered an iPad 3G, but I can't stay away from launch-day festivities so I'll be at the Apple Store in Pointe-Claire, Quebec tomorrow (if anyone wants to say hi). Let us know where you'll be and what you're doing with your brand new iPhone!

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