“iPad is thin. iPad is beautiful.” – It went to Doctora Belo for liposuction and Fanny Serrano for a makeover.
“iPad goes anywhere and lasts all day.” – It’s also super-absorbent for those heavy days.
“It’s magical.” – It reads palms and Tarot cards.
“It’s 200,000 apps and counting.” - Except Flash-based.
“All the world’s websites in your hands.” – Except those using Flash.
“It’s already a revolution – and it’s only just begun.” – It’s forming a shadow cabinet to take over the world.
It’s a great invention, and kudos to Steve Jobs and the entire Apple family for creating yet another must-have gadget that you’ll hock your soul to acquire. Assuming you haven’t already for the iPhone.
Er, Mr. Jobs, some questions, though – No Flash? No printing support? No USB port? No laying it flat because of that wonky curved back? No webcam for chat, though it has a mic? No, you don’t want me to go on?
“No” is not a word we want associated with the iPad or anything Apple. The beauty of their products in terms of design and tech are unparalleled. That’s why the iPad’s lack of certain features that many users have found necessary for a complete experience is such a letdown. That’ll open the way for Google and other non-Apple companies to learn from these mistakes and come from behind with something more affordable that’ll fill up the iPad’s gaps.
Zachary Quintooooo….! Huh? Yeah, yeah, that’s an iPad. Zaaaccchhh….!
But we believe in you, Apple! We have faith that the next-gen iPad will be crafted with the stunning yet elegant, simple yet haute-fashionable design you’re famous for, and distract us from noticing that you still haven’t put in support for a mouse.