Apple's new iPad goes on sale today. People - already lined up around the world - will likely buy more than a million of them this weekend, and tens of millions this year. And there will be much talk about Apple's "post-PC" revolution.
But the real key to Apple's post-PC dreams - slipping past Windows and becoming the dominant consumer electronics platform for the decades ahead - isn't this new iPad, or any single gadget.
Apple this morning is launching sales of the iPad Mini, triggering the usual Street speculation on opening weekend sales. Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster thinks the company can sell 1 million to 1.5 million iPads for the three-da... Read Post
Since the first iPads went on sale Friday morning, 3 million tablets have been sold, according to Apple. That's the same number of iPads Apple sold in the first 80 days after the original iPad went on sale in 2010. Read Post