May be Apple is too lazy to make iPad capable.
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The mindlessness of the Apple cult is irritating. If you were to take a netbook and slap an Apple logo on it, they would line up overnight at stores so that they could be the first ones to buy it. But without an Apple logo, these same people wouldn’t look at it twice.
iPad is more than capable than any net book on the planet.
1. net?books don’t have 140000+ apps
2. net books are prone to crashing
3. net books are not intuitive with such a small keyboard.
High quality apps makers like http://noise.io/ and http://intua.net/ have produced apps that are currently used by professional DJs all over the world. Same with the “Brushes App” http://brushesapp.com/ that actually is used to paint some of The New Yorkers cover. Just because the crash prone Flash Player isn’t supported in the iPad / iPhone platforms doesn’t make them any lesser capable. If Adobe cleans their act up and starts supporting hardware acceleration for the Flash Player
like Unity3D then maybe they’ll be retain their market. But the way it’s going HTML 5 will replace Flash Video Players for YouTube, currently in beta, and other similar video sharing sites will follow in YouTube path. I will see more and more web developers using more Open Standards which free’s them up from Flash’s performance shackles and make their apps accessible from any device maybe it a iPad / iPhone, mobile sevice and yes net books too. Just because Apple is “Pro HTML” doesn’t mean that they’re “Flash Haters”. Wake up and smell the coffee my friend.
What anti-apple propaganda!
And totally wrong!
You can attach a physical keyboard.
It is widescreen.
It does have USB expansion.
Even with an added external battery it is lighter than most Netbooks.
It has HTML5 so it doesn’t need Flash.
It does have multitasking.
It does have video out.
It might not be open but it is more secure and the developer kit to make any app you can think of is user friendly.
Even with a mew powerful Netbook, you would struggle to have such a smooth and seemless experience of anything from videos, to presentations, to music, to games etc.
Not that I am a fan-boy… I’m looking forward to see what Microsoft do with the Courier