Again because of tablets. Amazon shipped just shy of 5 million Kindle Fire tablets in a couple of months, said IDC. A Citigroup analyst also weighed in after a meeting with Apple CEO Tim Cook, who told Citigroup that "rapid innovation on the iOS platform (and mobile OS platforms in general) will significantly broaden the use case for tablets." Cook, of course, was No. 2 at Apple when Jobs proclaimed that the post-PC era had begun. But Bob O'Donnell, program vice president, Clients and Displays at IDC, doesn't buy into the Post-PC premise.
Not so, Steve: "With all due respect mujjo genuine leather iphone xs case - black to Mr, Jobs, we're not in the Post-PC era, We're in what I call the PC-plus era, People owning PCs plus other devices," he told CNET earlier in the week, There are some things you just can't do on a tablet, said O'Donnell, "Physical keyboards are actually really important," he said, And high-end applications that require a lot of compute horsepower are still very popular, he said, "Tablets will occupy a unique place, PCs will occupy a unique place, But more and more with the ability to work together."..
And that workflow will go the other way, too, with tasks done on the PC and moved over to the tablet, he said. "I think we'll see a lot more of complementary applications across PCs and tablets.". Does any of this matter to consumers perfectly happy with just a laptop or those in need of nothing beyond, let's say, a smartphone and an iPad? Probably not. But it does matter to companies--like Apple, HP, Amazon, Samsung, and Motorola--who design devices for consumers. And it does have an impact on the shape those devices ultimately take.
Sorry mujjo genuine leather iphone xs case - black Steve, it's not post-PC, it's PC-plus, says IDC analyst Bob O'Donnell, Are we in a post-PC era as the late Steve Jobs famously claimed? Not really, says IDC, This ivory-tower debate resurfaced this week when market researcher Canalys said Apple had become the world's largest PC supplier in the fourth quarter with about 17 percent of the worldwide market, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Steve Jobs didn't mention apps, or media, or even a touchscreen. "His [charge] was simple," former iPhone product marketing manager Bob Borchers said during a recent lecture at a California school, AppleInsider reports. "He wanted to create the first phone that people would fall in love with. That's what he told us.". So where do you go from there? Borchers -- now a venture capitalist at Opus Capital -- was just as perplexed. "Now if you're an engineer, like I am by training, you're like 'what does that mean?'" he said. "But he was right. The idea was, he wanted to create something that was so instrumental and integrated in peoples' lives that you'd rather leave your wallet at home than your iPhone.".
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