Apple Watch Love And Aggravation – TMO Daily Observations 2018-11-06

Bryan Chaffin and John Martellaro join host Kelly Guimont to discuss what they love (and don’t) about the new Apple Watch and if the iPad is a computer (or not).

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  • “if the iPad is a computer (or not)”

    It is a computer. Just like the iPhone is a computer. Problem is people keep confusing them for Macs. They’re not Macs. Using SJ’s car / truck analogy, cars did not replace trucks and last time I checked they still don’t but trucks are still sold for those that need to do that sort of heavy lifting. In other words, the car was not a replacement, it was an alternative form of transportation for those users that were being over-served by trucks.

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