iPads are becoming a huge part of jobs across the world. We’ve told you about iPads on high-profile movie sets and iPads fit for a king, and today we find the German Parliament is using the iPad for many of their tasks. German news website, Bild.de, reports that deputies throughout the German Parliment, the Bundestag, are increasingly making the iPad part of their jobs.

For months, members of the Parliament have been using the iPad in the office, and today the Parliament approved the iPad as a paper-replacement for reading speeches. This is only the beginning for the iPad, after only being out for 6 months, and it is a sure thing that iPads will be squeezing into many other parts of people’s lives.

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