Predicting the iPad (2010)


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Predicting the iPad: 18 predictions on how iPad will change computing.

From revolutionising teaching and learning, to delivering healthcare, to ending our fascination with small hardware, the iPad will have a huge impact on how we use computers and how we consumer content.

This presentation accompanies a report on how iPad, like iPhone will change the personal computing landscape.

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    1. 1. Predicting the iPad 18 Predictions about iPad Report and Presentation by Katie Lips Kisky Netmedia 2nd June 2010
    2. 2. iPad It’s not just about the device.
    3. 3. iPad changes behaviour More men will carry ‘manbags’.
    4. 4. 1. iPad will end the (No longer must it fit in your fascination with small. pocket.)
    5. 5. 2. iPads will replace (Everyone at SXSWi (2011) will business laptops. have one.)
    6. 6. 3. iPad will force a decline (It’s does all that.) in single use devices.
    7. 7. 4. iPad is new computing: (You will pass it around and not just casual but social. share it.)
    8. 8. 5. TV will become both more (We’ll have other types of shared solitary and more social. experiences in the living room.)
    9. 9. 6. iPad will let us all feel it’s (iPad will prove itself to be about ok just to consume. consumption. Not creation.)
    10. 10. 7. iPad will be a great (Even for non gamers.) Gaming platform.
    11. 11. 8. iPad will be good for the (Could it be a digital savior?) music industry.
    12. 12. 9. iPad could transform the (Publishers will reach new publishing industry. audiences.)
    13. 13. 10. Pad will change the (We’ll see iPads where we see delivery of healthcare. people standing up a lot.)
    14. 14. 11. iPad will revolutionise (iPads will be in a classroom Teaching and Learning. near you soon.)
    15. 15. 12. iPad is coming to a car (iPad will be huge for retail.) showroom near you.
    16. 16. 13. iPad is coming to a (Your museum journey will be far museum near you. richer, and more personalised.)
    17. 17. 14. iPad will make Design (We will become more more important. discerning about content.)
    18. 18. 15. iPad will make us (And we will have higher happy to pay more. expectations of the web.)
    19. 19. 16. iPad could go onto (Apple is already getting iAds revolutionise TV. ready.)
    20. 20. 17. iPad will favour fewer, (Quality and innovation will win but better developers out on iPad.)
    21. 21. 18. iPad signals the end of (And it will make many of us the PC era. uneasy.)
    22. 22. 18. iPad signals the end of (And it will make many of us the PC era. uneasy.)
    23. 23. Predicting the iPad • This presentation and subsequent report are written by Katie Lips, mobile strategist at Kisky Netmedia and Founder at Little World Gifts. Katie previously published “The Amazing iPhone” and “Winning iPhone Strategies”. • Thanks to Imran Ali, Alan Carpenter, Jonathan Deamer, Deena Denaro, Andy Goodwin, Darren Hemmings, Helen Keegan, Don McAllister, Thibaut Rouffineau, Paul Stringer, Mike Stubbs for contributing. • Predicting the iPad was collated for an event called ‘iPad at the CUC’ at the Contemporary Urban Centre in Liverpool on June 2nd 2010. The event was an initiative by Vision and Media. • Image Credits: iPad, South by Southwest, Design, Paying More, Museum, Cars, Pile of books, House, Discerning Women, Swiss Army, Watching TV, Social Computing, Classroom, 3D TV. • Video from
    24. 24. Predicting the iPad •This presentation is available at •An accompanying report is at