• Jens KreuterJens Kreuter, 4 years ago

    ... if this is true... i love the story!

    8 points
  • Dan SherrattDan Sherratt, 4 years ago

    Source: man that once saw an apple

    3 points
  • Video Masti, 4 years ago

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    1 point
  • Account deleted 4 years ago

    "A month before the release,…"

    "…but there was no way they could do it in that short time frame,…"

    "A month before the release,…"

    0 points
    • Ed AdamsEd Adams, 4 years ago

      Three things off the top of my head. All mere speculation, of course.

      1. A month before release, a lot of the physical iPad units would've already been manufactured with a certain version of iOS on them, and they probably had a feature freeze before release and couldn't put it in even if they wanted to.

      2. There was probably a lot of other stuff on the developers' plates. I imagine new product launches are never smooth even for a company as big as Apple. Attention was probably on fixing bugs, marketing, making sure supply met demand, etc.

      3. We can safely assume they'd want to design it from scratch (given that Steve Jobs was evidently opposed to simply upscaling the iPhone calculator), to go from nothing to finished in a month seems unrealistic.

      2 points
  • Julio Marroquin, 4 years ago

    WTF, I never noticed it didn't have one... weird.

    0 points
  • Duke CavinskiDuke Cavinski, 4 years ago

    sounds true, which means it isn't.

    0 points