Everybody seems to want to use the iPad in some way, especially if it means attracting customers. If you’re taking a Delta flight from New York’s JFK airport, you’ll probably notice that iPads are now installed at Delta seating areas, offering free Internet access and allowing waiting passengers to order food and drink using the tablet. The iPads are free to use and you aren’t even required to order any food or drink to enjoy it. OTG Management, the company that provides the iPads, states that they won’t even impose time limits on them, so if your flight is delayed, at least you’ve got a good way to kill time. No mention if Angry Birds is pre-installed for your or not, though.
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