Thanks for the article. I cannot wonder though where some of this information comes from. You state that iOS is a less capable platform for creating content, but I'm wondering how the others are more capable, especially for students and teachers who need to create rich-media using tools like movie editing tools, podcasting tools, presentations, spreadsheets and such. The iPad has both the more traditional Office-like tools like Office HD, DocumentsToGo and such, which offer some options, but also the more focused and rich Pages, Numbers and Keynote, and not ignoring iMovie, Pinnacle Studio, GarageBand and the rest of the very capable audio, video and explanation-creating software. Tools like iStopMotion and Animation Studio and so many more which offer all sorts of creativity to create some pretty amazing documents.
Sure, maybe not quite tied to the business world, but I find it very difficult to create this level of document on other platforms. It sure is not perfect, but I find it would at least require some sort of support of your claims, I'd be very happy to learn more.
There are lots of unsupported claims which seem like they are obvious, but which others contradict. Is Android really taking over the tablet market in user-base or is it simply distribution before sales? Who can check this? And from what some are saying, obviously Apple themselves, but still, most of the Fortune 500 companies are using the iPhone or iOS in some sort of measure if I'm not mistaken.
Thanks for supporting your claims so we can make better informed decisions and thanks for the article, it does try to paint a global fair picture.
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