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IPad Mini not likely to follow new iPad’s enterprise success

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The third-generation iPad is an enterprise hit, a new survey says. But enterprise adoption of the much-rumoured iPad mini is far from certain given its small, eye-straining screen and presumed lack of a Retina display.

Good news for Apple: The third-generation iPad released in March appears to be an enterprise hit, says a recent survey.

Bad news for Apple: The reasons for iPad’s enterprise success don’t bode well for the much-rumored iPad mini’s chances in the enterprise.

Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, or CIRP, surveyed more than 1,000 consumers and found that one in five who bought the third-generation iPad planned to use the device for business. Yet only 13 percent of users across all iPad models have the same intentions.

So what’s the third-generation iPad’s big business advantage? It’s unclear, and CIRP doesn’t say.

There’s not much difference between the new iPad and the iPad 2, with the exception of a Retina display and 4G LTE connectivity. All iPads have the exact same screen size. While a Retina display offers some productivity advantages, 4G LTE is still in its infancy in terms of network availability.

To learn more and to read the entire article at its source, please refer to the following page, IPad Mini not likely to follow new iPad’s enterprise success- Computerworld – New Zealand

     

       

 

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