Everyone has a wish list, but I would have thought an iPhone wish list would top iPad in the days before new iPhones are announced. Tyler Lacoma:
Since the latest Apple financial update, the iPad has actually been selling quite well.
Only Apple knows.
The newest iPad lineup must have been exactly what people were looking for, because 2019 has seen the strongest sales for the tablet in years.
Apple is doing something right.
The tablet and 2-in-1 markets are bigger than ever, filled with many competitive devices, and so far Apple’s main iPad innovations have been to make the display edge-to-edge and add Face ID.
Not many Windows PC notebooks or Chromebooks have that.
If iPad sales are to stay strong, Apple should consider adding fresh new features to its next iPad lineup.
Duh. Let’s call Time Cook and tell him. I’m sure nobody at Apple has thought of new features.
The list? Spoiler Alert!
- A’Dial’ like the Surface (no)
- iPad OS with dual boot option (won’t happen)
- OLED displays – (coming; someday)
- True Edge-to-Edge displays (overrated)
- Built-in grips (that’s what a case provides)
Slow news day.