How to Display Lyrics When Playing Your Music on Your iPad 1, iPad 2, or iPad 3 (Yes, It really Works!)
One of the biggest frustrations that iPad owners have had is that with the latest OS upgrade Apple has completely done away with the ability of the device to display stored lyrics from iTunes in the music player when playing music (not to mention that the music player generally now sucks – more on that in a moment). What do we mean by display lyrics stored in iTunes? What, you didn’t know that you can add lyrics to your songs in iTunes, and have them display when you are playing your music? Well now you do (by following that link)! And here’s how have those iTunes stored lyrics display on your iPad while you are playing music.
By now you may already know that the iPad 3 is out, but what you probably really want to know is how it’s different from the iPad 2. Is it really worth spending the money to buy an iPad 3 when you have a perfectly good (and still relatively new) iPad 2, or even iPad 3G or original iPad? Well, that depends on what you use your iPad for – for example, the dictation software is incredible, but that may not be that important to you. So, to learn the major differences, read on.