RE: Digitizer capabilities
1) Wacom is the definitive leader in this category;
2) If Apple were to produce an iPad with digitizing i.e. pressure sensitivity, I would expect them to do it right, therefor licensing Wacom's patents;
3) yes the Wacom tablets, and most of all the pens are patented up the Ying-to-the-Yang....so;
4) how is Samesung getting around those patents??? Are they?...
5)....and finally, if Apple were to do a pressure-sensative iPad, how long do you think it would take before they were sued by Wacom? 3-2-1... in seconds.
RE: Adobe and PS for iPad
1) just lame! As is the entire CS these days, mostly due to their insistence on using AIR as their installer engine. They can't even make that consistent between their assorted mess of software, updates, etc.
2) even sloppier than MS... and that's a pretty hard bar to reach!
RE: Apple "missing the boat", "losing", "Doomed"....etc.
This just in:
JP Morgan: Apple is a sector unto itself
JP Morgan's hardware analyst Mark Moskowitz has laid bare exactly how huge Apple has become lately, calling the company an actual "sector," not just a company any more. Of course, on paper, Apple is competing with other computer and device manufacturers like Dell and Samsung, but the numbers just don't make that comparison meaningful any more, says Moskowitz. Apple's stock is by far the largest single stock in the S&P 500 index, and when you compare the company's income to other tech sectors like Pharmaceuticals and Software as a whole, Apple's take actually lines up within the top 10.