The iPad is an amazing piece of technology and it can be used in various fields, by engineers, doctors, teachers, architects, students and many, many others. And the biggest supporter to the iPad versatility seems to be no other than Apple's CEO, Tim Cook.
In a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal publication, Apple's boss said that 80% of his work at Apple is being performed on an iPad. And to be able to manage the world's most valuable company from such a tiny piece of technology is quite an achievement. No wonder that Tim Cook suggests everybody should be doing that:
Cook referred especially to enterprise customers and that their work could be seriously improved with the help of an iPad. Cook's affirmation came after the announcement that Apple and IBM will partner in order to create more than 100 apps for enterprise customers.
IBM's CEO said that one of the first apps under the new initiative aims to help airline pilots determine the appropriate amount of fuel to carry on a flight.
What's your take on what Tim Cook said about the iPad? How are you using it - mainly for consumption purposes or you also get work done on it? Sound off by leaving your reply below.