Pretty amazing: “Apple iPad: so user friendly, apes use it to communicate”

You have to hand it to Apple, don’t you…

Two 8-year-old twin orangutans at Miami’s Jungle Island zoo, draw, play games and communicate using an iPad tablet. The park is one of several zoos experimenting with the interaction of apes and computers, allowing six orangutans to use Apple’s tablet to communicate as part of a mental stimulus program, Fox News reported.

via Apple iPad: so user friendly, apes use it to communicate.

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