Last night in between cooking dinner I checked out Apples latest event – and then just now watched the bits I missed.
As had been telegraphed the launch included the new iPad Air.
It is now over 10 years since I wrote about the original iPad when it was first launched.
The evolution of the product over this time has been amazing to see and the sheer power of the device is something to behold. The new A14 Chip in this latest iPad has some [almost] unbelievable specs and the fact that it works with Apple Pencil 2 opens up a world of opportunities for this mid-level device.
It is incredible to think that on average over 50 million units have been sold each and every year since it was first launched.
While I haven’t given up my laptop yet, I know many people who regularly use an iPad as their main computing device.
I remember when it was launched initially and the amount of criticism that both the product itself and the name received.
I won’t be buying an Air just yet – but the blue one does look pretty sharp!