Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 9th Feb 2010 23:57 UTC
Apple "Whereas the iPhone is aimed at short, focused tasks, the iPad is more likely to lend itself to longer, more general tasks that involve using multiple apps, just as we're used to on the Mac. It's easy to imagine wanting to use an iPad to read text in Mobile Safari, copy some text to a Pages document, and send that document to a colleague via Mail. That specific example may turn out to be possible with the current iPhone OS, but it points toward needing more ways for iPad apps to work together in the future."
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RE: Mine has no problem.
by ebasconp on Wed 10th Feb 2010 04:05 UTC in reply to "Mine has no problem."
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Actually I do not understand why Apple's people added such artificial constraint to their platform: Darwin is full preemptive multitasking OS that handles SMP architectures properly; why dressing up their expensive toys with "poor man clothes"?

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