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Originally Posted by steve-z17 A lot of people out there don't know how to use a computer which is exactly where Apple comes in. They make products that are easy...
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Apple makes just as good of profits based on sales. Apple has a huge chunk of users on computers considering they don't license there software like windows that makes a huge difference.
Also I doubt any of the commenters know enough to even say which is better..
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I think people are missing the big point here "The Keyboard". Intel has known this is the problem that stands in the way of everything IOS. For example my IOS powered iphone is beside me while I type this post and it's there for a reason. I could sit here and tap this message out but its much more convenient for me to use a keyboard if I'm going to type anything lengthy. So what intel will do is wait for Apple to make the move when they decide to release something like an i-keyboard maybe in conjunction with a stand to place the ipad to make it an i-laptop so then they can release something competitive and in turn both mega companies can transition more toward touch simplicity combined with tactile keyboard feedback. So soon we will take our laptop screen to work as a tablet and place it on our keyboard stand equipped with usb, sd ports and blueray drives--when we get home ? This is inevitable.