“Tis the season to dis the iPad,” Ted Landau writes for Macworld. “What’s going on exactly? How could a product that has been such a huge success, the leader of Apple’s march to the ‘post-PC’ era, suddenly seem like week-old turkey leftovers?”
“Don’t forget that a slight decline in sales is not the same thing as low sales,” Landau writes. “As Tim Cook pointed out: ‘In the last 12 months, Apple sold 68 million iPads.’ That’s nothing to sneeze at.”
“For many users and circumstances, the iPad remains the best choice among all of Apple’s devices,” Landau writes. “This will not change for the foreseeable future. In the mobile market, there’s room enough for iPads, iPhones, and MacBooks to all be successful.”
Much more in the full article here.