15 may 2024

iPad today is very reminiscent of the Mac of the 90s. A bewildering array of models and SKUs, a beloved operating system with core technology issues that severely limit the future of the product line, a dearth of the real apps professionals use, and a strong emphasis on the handful of creative niches it's carved out for itself. Unlike the 90s, though, all of these problems are masked by the success of the low-end. If you split iPad Pro out into its own product category, it would be in trouble

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