Desktop-Class iOS Apps

Andy Ihnatko:

Today, more and more developers are confident that the iPad is indeed a real computer, and are expressing that confidence by making desktop-class iOS apps – with Apple leading the way, of course. The new iPad edition of iPhoto isn’t just competitive with the desktop version, the tactile nature of the iPad makes it superior to most of the available consumer-grade image editors for Mac OS and Windows.

He no longer lusts for an 11 MacBook Air, nor do I. With the iPad (3) in tow I don’t see much need for a MacBook Air. I am thinking of switching to two Mac minis: one for home, one for my office.

[via DF]
Originally posted for members on: April 19, 2012
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