Switching to full-time iOS→
It’s that same allure many of us are feeling with iOS now — the idea that while the Mac is still pretty simple and mostly just works — iOS is even more simple. Like Macs in 2004, iOS either just works, or it flat out won’t work for that task. Either you can do it pretty easily, or not at all.
It’s still not something I can entirely understand. Though, perhaps that might change if I actually had an iPad.1
- Probably not, though – there are remote access apps for iOS, but no actual virtualization systems, and I need to be able to run Windows or Linux or something at a moment’s notice for classes sometimes. ↩