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The Apple iPad is set to be enhanced by another attractive feature – a printing option.

Despite being a staple of desktop and laptop computers, users of the popular tablet device are as yet unable to perform this important function.

However, responding to a consumer email requesting such a capability, Apple Chief Executive Steve Jobs responded positively.

Referring to the possibility of a future printing option on the increasingly dynamic iPad, he simply stated: "It will come."

The short but sweet comment - albeit lacking any sort of timeframe - may encourage consumers further as they countdown to the UK launch of the iPad on May 28th.

With Orange becoming the latest firm to outline its plans for mobile broadband services on the iPad, it seems the tablet may soon cater for consumers' every IT need.

The internet service provider announced this week it would be offering users a pay-as-you-go broadband option, in addition to daily, monthly and weekly tariffs.

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