So apparently Steve Jobs has not got enough to do in these weeks leading up to the iPad launch. Or he does, but he still finds spare time to answer user questions about the upcoming device directly via his iPhone and iPad.
9to5Mac let us know a couple days ago that Jobs had replied to an email asking whether the WiFi only version will support tethering through an iPhone. Jobs’ reported one word reply, straight from his iPhone:
Here’s how Steve Jobs summed up the new iPad at the Apple launch event jut a couple of days ago:
Our most advanced technology in a magical & revolutionary device at an unbelievable price.
It’s going to be lots of fun seeing whether the new device can live up to those lofty words.
On Wednesday Steve and Apple put an end to all the frenzied rumors and speculation, and announced the iPad. Reactions to the long-awaited and much-anticipated new device have been all over the board. I’m excited about the iPad. I want one, and will certainly get one on Day 1, and I’m excited to blog about this new device and especially about the apps that will run on it and the uses we’ll find for it.
Wednesdays launch event was long and full of a lot of information. Read on for some of my quick thoughts on what we heard …