Michael Gartenberg writing for iMore:
I know many smart folks, folks who aren’t remotely Apple fanboys like Steven Sinofsky, who barely use their Macs (or Surface) but do use an iPad Pro.
I’m using my iPad Pro as my primary computer as well, and almost everyone I’ve shown it to has bought one. Yep, bought one … or tried to steal mine. Clearly, there are a lot of people who would buy an iPad.
So why aren’t the sales higher? I think iPad is suffering from the “TiVo paradox.”
Having switched to just an iPad mini for my personal computer, I’ve been wondering the same. Before departing Small Dog Electronics I began wondering why companies are not switching most desktops and laptops out for iPads in droves.
I agree with Michael’s conclusion.