Today marks the 10 year anniversary of the original iPad’s release. Tablets were a thing long before Steve Jobs introduced one on stage during the iPad’s announcement in January 2010, but they didn’t look anything like what Apple had planned. Jobs sold us the vision of a bridge device that takes the best parts of a smartphone and a computer, and rolls them into one. Android tablets still exist, but attract buyers almost entirely with their budget pricing. Samsung, the only major backer of premium Android tablets, sells barely more than a third as many tablets as Apple. The indomitable force known as the iPad rules the tablet market with an iron fist. Consistency with ample variety The iPad’s secret weapon is consistency — both in build quality, and performance. Through the years, Apple expanded its lineup to cover various price points and various users. What’s remarkable, though, is that those two fundamental qualities are reflected in all iPads. The iconic design hasn’t changed much in the decade it has been around. A metal chassis combined with a gorgeous display remains the iPad’s key trait. With each iteration, it becomes thinner and lighter (made more evident by the iPad Mini… Read full this story
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