In many ways, the iPad has been the iPad for more than a decade.
With more than 200 million units sold in the last 12 months, it has been a success for Apple.
But it has also been a hit with some.
The iPad has also become a tool for some who have no desire to take the keyboard off their desk or remove their gadgets from their pockets.
And some of the apps, like QuickTime and Apple’s iWork, have gotten downright annoying, making them unworkable on an iPad.
So, to stay productive, it’s not a surprise that many people are switching to iPads.
But, what about those who still prefer the keyboard on their desktop?
Or, who prefer the Apple keyboard to the Windows 10 or Android keyboard?
These people may be getting frustrated by their lack of productivity on the iPad, but they should be worried that a new iPad, the iPhone XS or Samsung Galaxy S8, may not be enough to replace them.
Here’s how to keep the iPad alive for as long as possible.
Use the right tools to work with a tablet