This Twitter thread has some points worth considering for those interested in how our expectations and relationship with “business tools” changes over time: Here’s the start of the thread: 1/ I’m fascinated by the technical “class” obsession w/ iPads replacing laptops. This review of GUI and mouse is what I think some of the review of the iPad will look like in 20 years. Sure I could be wrong. I have no illusion of convincing anyone but some thoughts… pic. » about 200 words
The tablet market, began with the introduction of the original iPad, and in just two years has grown to count nearly one out of every five adults in the US as a consumer. » about 200 words
Apple’s knowledge base article on it could be as simple as the following screenshot: Instead, the docs say something like: go to Settings, click the Safari tab, click the big clear cache button, duh. » about 100 words
It’s not just the critics, nobody seems to get the story on Apple’s new TV-connected device right. Darrell Etherington at The Apple Blog says it’s a non starter for him, and Ars Technica’s John Siracusa describes it as just the most recent entry in a product line that has been “a persistent loser” for the company. […] » about 800 words
The Kindle feels like an e-reading device, whereas an iPad feels like reading.
It’s doubtful that anybody reading this blog missed the news that Apple finally took the wraps off their much rumored tablet: the iPad. Trouble is, a bunch of folks seem to be upset about the features and specs, or something that made the buzz machine go meh. It’s just a bigger iPhone, complain the privileged […] » about 400 words