Tablets were surely meant for surfing the Web and watching videos but Apple will be changing the game, as its new set of iPads can now handle multiple workloads.
Apple’s latest iPads are now distinct as they become the productivity dream machines a modern person needs. They are powered by custom-designed processors which are faster than Mac Apple’s chips. The new iPad also has separately sold keyboard that is more durable and better than Apple’s keyboard on its current line of laptops.
The new iPad is now believed to be turning into a traditional personal computer, although combining the work that both your smartphone and computer could give you.
Apple has been dominating the entire hardware business this past long years, and been thoroughly developing the power of its tablets.
Their iPad have been loaded with higher expectations, after its release in 2010 following the release of the iPhone. Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, however, has always believed in the tablet.
“PCs are going to be like trucks,” he said in his interview in 2011, talking about the future of computing with a tablet.
He added then that the “cars” in the tech industry would be tablets and smartphones.
Meanwhile, he was quite right, as the iPad are well sold at its launch after years of hurdles.
iPad is back in the game
iPad lost its shine after Job died. Apple had weakened it and then did something identical with the Mac.
At the same time, iPhones and other brands of smartphones became popular and very powerful, Samsung smartphones has topped in the tech industry, Mac Pro in 2013 was considered trash by Apple, and its stylus for iPad was released later than Microsoft’s on the Surface.
However, none of these mattered, as Apple incorporated every innovation for its customers, delivering billion-dollar projects, including the Apple Watch and AirPods.
iPad, meanwhile, is now looking more of your smartphones but stronger to do some of your work that you finish on your computer.
“For someone like me, who’s been using a desktop operating system for a long time, there’s a lot of built-in conventions that I’m used to that can be frustrating,” said the deputy editor of the Verge, Dan Seifert.
It may not yet do everything that a PC can perform, according to Seifert, who has been using iPad for months now, but what it can’t do would probably not needed in the future anymore.
Steve Job’s prediction may have taken longer to happen than he expected, the co-founder was still right. Phones killed PC, phones with bigger screens are often supported nowadays, and Apple has the big phone now which happens to be their iPad.