We’re on the iPad!
Jason Schwartzman demonstrates The New Yorker iPad app in a video directed by Roman Coppola.
Get the magazine on your iPad each Monday — every story, every cartoon, everything in the print edition and more. The app comes with the current week’s table of contents and lets you buy new issues as they’re released. You can store as many issues as you like on the app and read them whenever and wherever you want, in portrait or landscape view.
Highlights from the October 4, 2010 issue:
- Cover by David Hockney, with an exclusive animation of its creation in Brushes
Malcolm Gladwell on why the revolution will not be tweeted
- Cartoon slide show with bonus cartoons (a weekly iPad exclusive)
Evan Osnos on the Dalai Lama and China’s Tibet policy, with clips from a classic Chinese film
- David Denby on the director David Fincher and the movie “The Social Network”
- Paul Goldberger on the new Las Vegas, including an exclusive slide show of photographs by Robert Polidori
- Nancy Franklin on the fall TV lineup
Jeffrey Toobin’s tale of Rachel Hall, scholar, beauty queen, and con artist
- New fiction by Sam Lipsyte, with exclusive audio of the author reading his work