A former Microsoft director reveals what he felt when Steve Jobs introduced the iPad

A former Microsoft director reveals what he felt when Steve Jobs introduced the iPad

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<p>On January 27, Apple’s iPad turns 10 years since its birth. A decade full of all kinds of models, software functions, accessories and incorporation of new hardware.</p><div class='code-block code-block-2' style='margin: 8px auto; text-align: center; display: block; clear: both;'>
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In commemoration, Steven Sinofsky, former president of Windows development has created an interesting thread (goes Twitter) in which he wanted to reflect the perspective of Microsoft employees against the launch of the original iPad at that time.

According to Steven, they were amazed at the idea of ​​an electronic device that didn’t need a stylus or a keyboard, that had 10 hours of autonomy and that was totally immune to any virus.

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