iPad Air and the disappearance of technology

When Apple launched the iPhone in 2007, a lot of people criticised it because it lacked features that were commonplace on other leading mobile phones. 3G, GPS, the App Store, copy-and-paste, MMS, replacement batteries, expandable storage, a high-resolution camera: all of these things were missing when the iPhone launched (and some still are). The iPhone might have sunk like a stone were it not for the core experience of using it, which was phenomenal.

via iPad Air and the disappearance of technology.

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