, DeathByVisualStudio wrote

I won't be but I know a lot of people will. I see a lot of local retailers using iPads and iPhones to conduct POS transaction, check-in guests, etc. PCs were boat anchors for these kind of folks. Now they are free.

As a developer I'm kinda stuck floating between the worlds I have projects in and I haven't had the pleasure of doing an iOS project yet so no need for an iPad. For personal use I feel that if you are going to go Apple you have to go all the way and I'm just not ready yet to take that plunge.

Yes, so far I've resisted iOS development because I really don't think much of ObjectiveC as a language. Might have to suffer it the way things are going though ...