In my day job, I work as a sales rep for a large tech company.
One of my regular tasks is to walk my client through the process of setting up their mobile app.
They have an iPhone and iPad, and it’s a little difficult to tell which app is actually the real thing.
But it’s really not that hard.
When I’m in a meeting, I use the iPad and press “home” when I get to my first tab.
I usually pick up the phone and tell my client to tap the “next” button in the sidebar, and I don’t need to worry about the mouse cursor moving back and forth over each tab.
I get a migraine when I see it.
The iPad is so easy to use.
If I want to use a different app, I simply tap on the app icon on the sidebar and select it.
After that, it’s just a matter of tapping a couple buttons and waiting for the new app to load.
With an iPhone, I can do this in a couple of taps, too.
You get the point.
I think I’m getting the point by now.