I don't want to have to choose which side to live on. I'd prefer one clear path. I've wanted iOS and OS X to merge for years, but I've started to think it may never happen. For now, the iPad Pro seems like a bigger step into iPad as serious computer than anything we've ever seen. But I want to do everything I need on it. I want my Web tools to work; I want to be able to cover events seamlessly while using the software I need and never feel a problem pop up. Are we there? Not yet, not entirely. But maybe when the iPad Pro arrives in November, we will be, just a bit closer.
And iOS can and will continue to evolve, It will blossom into the future PC, in all its power, And the MacBook, as that happens, will follow alongside, Getting less important over the years, Shrinking, like the iPod, until one day it's no longer there -- 10 years from now, maybe, When the last stragglers are few, and less significant, Microsoft has already forced its evolution by putting iphone 6/6s antique white karat petals case Windows 10 on everything, while Apple's Macs and iOS devices continue to lead parallel lives, nearly touching but not quite there..
I don't necessarily want an iPad or a MacBook, I want both. And Apple seems to be happy to take things one year at a time. Commentary: The closer iPads and Macs become, the more I wonder if they'll ever meet at all. Apple already has three portable 12- to 13-inch laptop computers in its lineup. Now, the iPad Pro makes four. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
On cue, the Galaxists have released a new ad to remind Apple users that their iPhones don't work with Samsung wireless chargers, And perhaps also, that unlike Samsung, Apple doesn't make a wireless charger for its signature smartphone, This isn't the first time that Samsung has suggested Apple users are slaves to power iphone 6/6s antique white karat petals case cords, Last year, it released an ad that described iPhoneists as ." This terms was first uttered by BlackBerry CEO John Chen, Samsung's latest phones -- especially the Galaxy S6 Edge+ -- are extremely pretty things, However, the company has drifted a little as Apple has moved relentlessly forward, This week rumors emerged that Samsung was laying off 10 percent of its staff, which the company denied..
This latest ad is just a small reminder that the Galaxy phones do have material advantages. One thing Apple certainly didn't improve on with its new phones this week is, as my colleague David Carnoy pointed out, battery life. The only question is whether people care enough about such advantages to switch from iPhone. Commendable in this ad is the choice of music -- Lady Leshurr's "Queen's Speech 4" -- which creates a wonderful atmosphere for the tweaking. As well as, I suppose, for twerking, if that's what you're into.