Look out, Windows-based PCs: the iPad is gettin' ready to gobble you up. At least, so suggests Apple's newly settled CEO, Tim Cook.
Early on in this afternoon's earnings call, Cook touched on the success of the iPad with a passing prediction, saying that he "still believe[s] it will be larger than the PC market" in the long run.
Pushed on the matter a bit later — or, more accurately, on whether or not the iPad would take a chunk of the Mac market, as well — Cook dove deeper into what he meant.
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