Apple After Steve Jobs

I’d argue this is somewhat more toxic to at least some users than the Siri thing, though. This lack of flexibility, of control, of (dare I say it…) openness feels significant to me when I ponder the idea of using an iPad for the majority of my computing tasks. I suppose, in a way, my iPad never really feels like mine. It’s rather more like a games console for apps than a computer, which is (of course) a well-worn simile. This makes me feel uneasy.

Richard Gaywood

I think this guy needs a PC or a Mac if he still want full control of the device. Not an iPad. 

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