Munster: Full-sized Apple iPad sales to benefit from increasing use of tablets in the enterprise
0. phoneArena posted on 07 Jan 2013, 04:46
Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster told clients on Monday that the 9.7 inch Apple iPad will benefit more than the Apple iPad mini from a new trend that is seeing increased use of tablets in the workplace; the invest firm's annual CIO survey shows 57% of them planning to arm employees with tablets this year over the 46% of them who were going to use tablets in 2012's survey...
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1. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 07 Jan 2013, 04:57 1
Investors should send this guy home already.
Apple from now on can win some small tactical battles but in big picture there's no comeback. JB just crushed iOS, Apple's dominant source of power.
5. darkkjedii posted on 07 Jan 2013, 07:40 1
Dude meocao never makes sense. He just likes to sound dramatic, don't feed into it. It's like a child who behaves a certain way as long as they know people r watching.
8. MeoCao (unregistered) posted on 07 Jan 2013, 07:53 1
So what this guy Munster always says is bullsh*t.
10. darkkjedii posted on 07 Jan 2013, 08:25 1
There there baby it's ok
3. ultimatebatman posted on 07 Jan 2013, 07:16 1
too bad it's by far the worst tablet for enterprise. It has no file manager, no pen for notes, no expandable storage. The ONLY good tablet for enterprise right now is the Note 10.1. You can take notes in a meeting. you can sign documents and immediately email them. All apps inter-operate with each other. Split screen is very useful. It's fast.
4. JeffdaBeat posted on 07 Jan 2013, 07:38 1
How old are you? I ask that because it doesn't seem like you're actually in business, but instead trumpeting a device that works for you. Many corporate workers don't need extra technology more than they just need different features than your average consumer. When they say, "There's an app for that..." they say it because it's true. Most people don't need pens or styli for their tabs, but if they do, Apple sells them in their retail store and so does every electronic (and some non-electronic) dealers. Expandable hard drives...for what? What does an average (key word is average) business person carry around that is bigger than 16GB? What stops them from buying a 32GB or 64GB? I'm not a professional and I at least have a Drop Box account (to which you can pay for a clear 50GB for not all that much).
Having slung smartphones and tablets to Corporate America, I can honestly say that just like most moms with a smart phone, most of them can barely get their email figured out, let alone try to do something complicated like figure out some of these actual business apps. But everything you named, I could do with my iPad easily. Before you sit back and diss the iPad, learn something about it. There are ACTUAL weaknesses to the device, none of which you pointed out.
As for the story...I'm just tired of analysts at this point. Sure, tablets are all the rage and it looks like it isn't going to be a passing fad like those Netbooks were. But just because tablets are growing in popularity doesn't mean that ALL of it will go to Apple. You have Android tablets making big gains on the iPad. Growth in tablets means growth in Android tablets as well...
12. darkkjedii posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:18 2
Most droiders jus wanna start trouble, and insult apple and its users. Glad to see u come at him with knowledge, and intellect bro.
6. darkkjedii posted on 07 Jan 2013, 07:42 1
Your entire post was incorrect. U gotta do some research man. Apple had a pen for the first iPad
7. honeybunny posted on 07 Jan 2013, 07:47 2
ultimatebatman name suggests he is a kindergarten...
13. lauremar posted on 07 Jan 2013, 09:52 1
Who cares about this when there is REAL Electronic News going around this week, like what we call the CES, Consumer Electronic Show!