While introducing the new iPad, Apple CEO Tim Cook this week said on stage that we’re in the middle of a “post-PC revolution” and headed into a “post-PC world.”
And let’s have no illusions: A “post-PC” world is a “post-Mac” world. Why is Apple so eager to usher in such a world?
Clearly the iPad is a “post-PC” device. But the iPod Touch and iPhone? What defines a “post-PC” device?
What did Cook mean, exactly? And why did even former Microsoft executive Ray Ozzie tell Reuters: “Of course we are in a post-PC world.”