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Have you ever wondered to yourself, "What kind of tablet would @horse_ebooks use?" Could there possibly be a device that's equestrian-friendly? Consider your questions answered -- horses love the iPad!
This week, the long-awaited unveiling of the new iPad grabbed much of our attention, and many of the rumors, such as whether or not the device would have a home button, were finally put to rest.
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Now horses can get on the action, too, according to this hilarious commercial spoof by BBC Comedy's Feed My Funny. The video makes harmless fun of Apple's iPad commercials, which have often been in a similar style to this video.
"Keep up to date with news for horses. Surf websites, for horses. Connect with friends, who are horses," write the video's creators.
Whether it's updating your jockey friends to let them know what you're up to, or facetime with your philly friends -- apparently, now horses have joined the rest of us in acquiring advanced technology that is the tablet.
There's even "horse voice recognition" available, thanks to Siri's long lost cousin, Giddy. It's the device that makes horse life easier with the swipe of a hoof. (And you thought the Internet loved cats ... think again.)
However, if we're speaking technically, I bet that the horses wish the rumors about the iPad's lack of home button were true. Must be hard to navigate with hooves. What do you think?
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This story originally published on Mashable here.