I don’t think it is, but Jeffrey Mincey makes a compelling argument and lays the blame for iPad’s fall from grace squarely where it belongs. Apple.
The iPad could use a faster CPU and GPU, a better camera, more professional level applications, and a keyboard and case that didn’t look and feel as if it was created Chinese gypsies from 1956. The best thing Apple has done for the iPad since 2010 is drop the price to $329. Sorry, but that’s an indictment against Apple’s recent dearth of creativity and innovation.
By cutting the price to $329– obviously a good value and competitive with Chromebooks and cheap-assed Windows tablet-notebook hybrids– Apple has admitted it does not want to make the iPad better than the Mac.