In a TV ad for the new iPad Air, Apple claims its next computer won’t be a computer.

What is the definition of a computer? Is a tablet considered a computer? Is a tablet just a tablet? These are the main concerns addressed in Apple’s latest TV commercial for its newest tablet, the iPad Air, which was showcased at the company’s spring event last week. By the way, we are only half joking. The advertisement does not directly address these concerns, but does end with the phrase “Your future computer is not a computer.” Isn’t that the case, though?

Either way, it looks like the company is still clinging to some remnants of the “post-PC” buzzword (buzzword?) of the time. And the purpose of the rest of the ad seems pretty obvious: in a world where teenagers don’t have phones (LOL!), a tablet can do anything you want. And that tablet is the new iPad Air, available now from $599. Apple unveils new iPad Air with M1 chipset, 5G support Apple unveils new iPad Air with M1 chipset, 5G support

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