First released as part of iOS 4.2 last November, Apple’s new AirPlay technology is potentially one of the most exciting aspects of owning an iPhone, iPod touch or iPad -- assuming you’re willing to wait just a bit while hardware manufacturers play catch up.
If you navigate to a site and you're looking for a certain word, you can utilize the search field in mobile Safari. Under Google suggestions on the iPad and iPhone/iPod touch, you'll see "On this Page" with the words you're looking for.
Awesome when you're looking through forums and long articles.
Among the few disappointments that iOS 4.2 brought with it, AirPlay has been one users have been the most vocal about. In addition to being limited on which apps allow video streaming, the original Apple TV was left out of the party -- until now.
You've probably seen the hubbub abut the orientation lock button on the iPad turning into a mute button. Well it's true. To lock the orientation of your iPad you have to double tap the home button to enter the app tray and swipe left.