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How iPad Has Changed The Lives Since 2010? What Is Its Future?

iPad App Development December 22, 2016

We have been talking about iPhone and android smartphones and the revolutionary effect of it is in the news every day. Well, we should not forget about iPhone’s sister device which is almost as popular and adorable as iPhone. Yes, we are talking about the Steve Job’s radical invention of iPad. People loved it like everything and it has been consistently becoming more and more amiable for the users who are fan of tablets. The user experience and the friendly of the device has been top notch and above the user’s expectation.

Each new iteration of iOS brings with it new, flagship features. As rumours suggest that the next year’s software could get even more interesting if Apple removed the Home buttons on its iPhone and iPad line-up. Let’s check out the 4 ‘S’ of iPad, no we aren’t talking about iPhone 4S. 😀

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How iPad Changed Lives Since 2010

Sensation of iPad:

Not only this, it has always surpassed the outlook of how a bulky looking device can so fit comfortably in someone’s hand and light weight, too. The user interface is built around the device’s multi-touch screen, including a virtual keyboard. The iPad includes built-in Wi-Fi and cellular connectivity on select models. Apple has been sensational in taking care about its iPad versions and upgrades regularly.

Statistics of iPad:

As of January 2015, there have been over 250 million iPads sold. IPad tablets are second most popular, by sales. Since the user base has not grown globally as the pricing model is not affordable to the lower class and upper middle but it has become a fantasy device to own once in a life. The technology is advancing and so is the world’s biggest tech giant Apple who is thriving to cope between iPhone, Mac and iPad. The balance between them is significantly maintained and that is because of arduous efforts of the team.

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The iPad is an iOS-based line of tablet computers designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The first iPad was released on April 3, 2010. Not to mention an iPad can shoot video, take photos, play music, and perform immaculate many Internet functions like playing games, reference, GPS navigation, social networking, etc. As of October 2013, Wikipedia, states that the App Store has more than 475k native apps by Apple and 3rd parties.

Survey:  How iPad users make the most out of it?

The ability of the iPad to improve the way a wide range of tasks are accomplished is no secret. However, not every iPad owner has sufficient information and knowledge to really take full advantage of its capabilities. It is this fact that every iPad application development company wants to mark their implication over the fast-growing tech users. For the devoted iPad user who spends a lot of time traveling, eating, reading and writing, it is essential to know that they are making the most out of the device as the iPad apps are so flawless and frictionless that it becomes an addiction.

Will it survive?

The market share, though, differs widely by regions. In addition, the iPad has lost market share globally, every year since 2012, according to StatCounter statistics, that tracks web use and gives operating system/platform share based on it, the iPad has lost majority of use in South America to Android, did also lose majority while gaining back in Asia and in Africa has lost by a wide margin, where Android is up to 70%.

To any survey and statistics, it can be proved wrong but the odds are against the iPad irrespective of its elements of appealing features.



Alfred Beiley

A Senior iOS developer and a programmer by heart, I have been working at 360 Degree Technosoft since last 4 years. Engaged in all the tech and app evolution, I dedicate my part time to the company and the rest to implement in my life.

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