About This Microsoft Surface Beats iPad Survey (Includes Useful Tip)

Jonny Evans

Watching Apple since 1999. I don’t say what they should do. I say what they might do. They sometimes do.

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3 Responses

  1. Bertrand Vichyn says:

    I had a Surface Book in hands. It’s quite impressing even if there’s some lag in commands with the tactile pad. And the pencil doesn’t recharge you have to change battery. Why do Apple refuse to make hybrids? Another “interdict” from God Job?

  2. Mark Newton-John says:

    Ha ha ha, whut? Use electrical tape? So much for Apple design…
    Hey, throw in a few ports because that’s what people want, not another update.

  3. Harvey Lubin says:

    Something to remember when looking at the JD Power survey results is that Surface ratings came from Surface (Windows) users, and iPad ratings came from iOS users. And satisfaction ratings are subjective.

    Users of Apple’s iOS and macOS products are a bit jaded, and are accustomed to a much higher standard of excellence from Apple products than products from competing companies. On the other hand, Windows users in general have had a lower level of acceptance in the products they buy and use, so a comparatively (to most Windows computers) higher end (in price and quality) product like Surface will receive a much higher satisfaction rating than most Windows products they previously used.

    These are two entirely different products that are being rated by two entirely different groups of users. I take these subjective results with a ton of salt.

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