“Though I’ve just begun to dig around inside of iOS 4.2 on my iPad 3G, it’s already obvious that this upgrade is only going to increase the amount of time I spend on the iPad,” Crothers reports. “This will happen at the expense of my MacBook Air, the only other computing device I use regularly.”
Crothers reports, “In short, the iPad is a sticky commodity. It’s always there, always accessible when you need it: instant on, instant access to the Internet, thanks to 3G. And this pushes me to do more productivity–i.e., writing–on the iPad, despite the relative inefficiency vis-a-vis the Air. It may sound illogical, nevertheless that’s the way it has evolved for me.”
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