If Apple isn’t right, then who is?
I used to not be jaded about computers. I remember being told what the future of computing would be every couple of months as a kid and then downloading some god awful beta and loving it. I remember not feeling so indifferent when a new platform would launch.
Maybe it started to fade when in 2010 when Google killed Google Gears, saying offline HTML5 apps would be the future of computers. And then telling me the same in 2011. And 2012. And 2013. And 2014.
Maybe it began to fade when Canonical spent the good part of a decade pushing platforms that never actually came to fruition, allowing desktop Ubuntu to wither claiming that a rewrite is just months away.
Maybe it was when Nokia gave up on Meego and got into bed with Microsoft.
Maybe, I changed.
Steve Jobs said that we are in a post-PC era when he announced the iPad, and then tablet sales ended up falling and looking a
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