Originally Posted by zunx
Mac OS X rules. Mac OS X touch is what the iPad should have. And the reason that it does not have it is simple: Intel could not deliver a chip with a TDP as low as ARM. Simply that. A shame! Now, bring Microsoft Office to the iPad and specifically PowerPoint to the iPad and it will make it.
lI'm an experienced PowerPoint user on Macs and PC's, and of WordPerfect Presentations on PC's (a much better program than WinPP) - and I just switched to Keynote on my Mac.
What an improvement in interface, intuitive controls, customization, granularity (easily changing the properties and behavior of any element of any slide, even, e.g., per bullet). And I can get it for $10 on the iPad??
Or maybe wait to pay MS 10 times that for an inferior port of an inferior product?
One word: "Why?"
That just means you have a pulse. Damn!
"Hi! I'm a PC!"
"And I'm a Mac."
"And I, I'm.... ...an iPad. Touch me. Touch me anywhere and I will respond to your every stroke. You can even..... ...multi-touch.. ..me, and then something... ...amazing... ..will happen."
Marketing issues.... ...solved. For men at least....
Originally Posted by Stashman
I'm hopeing for a built in spellchecker for all text fields.
And we're all hoping you get one......