“Back in August of 2010, it was clear that Apple’s iPad – which had gone on sale on April 3rd – was a gigantic, game-changing hit,” Harry McCracken reports Technologizer.
“The rest of the industry was scrambling to respond, and there had already been a steady stream of announcements, pre-announcements, sneak peeks, and rumors, along with a few products that had actually shipped,” McCracken reports. “I chose that month to round up as many of them as possible. I called them ‘iPadversaries,’ and published a story with brief profiles of 32 of them.”
McCracken reports, “More than thirteen months after we ran that iPadversaries story, I decided it might be instructive (or at least perversely fascinating) to follow up on all 32 machines… Spoiler: If you like happy endings, you should stop reading now.”
Read more in the full article here.
MacDailyNews Take: It was a steady stream alright.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward Weber” for the heads up.]