“However, if all we do is look for the iPad Pro to replace our desktop or laptop, we are missing the point. The paradigm of a fixed desktop computer plus a portable desktop computer, along with a mouse and keyboard as a primary input mechanism, is the old world of computing,” Bajarin writes. “I believe Apple has laid the groundwork for something new in this category.”
“There is truly something happening with this [new] generation growing up spending the bulk, if not all, of their computing time using mobile operating systems and doing new things with new tools,” Bajarin writes. “Being the techie that I am, I was a bit disheartened that my twelve-year-old was getting more out of the iPad Pro and pushing it further limits than I was. But she is a part of the mobile generation after all. For them, the future will look quite different and the tools they use to make that future might look quite similar to the iPad Pro.”
Much more in the full review – recommended – here.
MacDailyNews Take: Welcome to the new world of personal computing for the masses. Given what the average users do, Apple’s iPad is what “personal computing” for the average user should’ve always been, had the technology existed back when Steve Jobs first delivered personal computing to the masses.
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