id=“article-body“ class=“row“ section=“article-body“> Sarah Tew/CNET It’s been 10 years since former Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the iPad. The move firmly pushed tablets into the mainstream gadget conversation while leading many to ask, „What the heck is this giant iPod touch?“ (Oh 2010, you sweet summer child.) In a review of the first-gen iPad that year, CNET described the device as „an elegant, affordable supergadget.“ One of the main draws was how easy it was to access and 우리카지노쿠폰 navigate the apps on the 9.7-inch screen.
Jobs said the iPad would define „an entirely new category of devices that will connect people with their apps and content in a much more intimate, intuitive and fun way than ever before.“ He wasn’t wrong: 10 years later, the iPad’s portability, user-friendly interface and variety of apps have made it a favorite device in many homes, classrooms and offices. We use it for web surfing, reading, drawing, binge watching and sometimes even working.
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Apple separated iPadOS into its own platform last year, 우리카지노총판 bringing the tablets closer to operating like a laptop — though for most people, the tablet isn’t ready to become a primary work device just yet. My CNET colleague Dan Ackerman dove into this topic in his commentary, 우리카지노쿠폰 Apple iPad at 10: Can we call it a computer yet?