Gabe at Macdrifter writing about the significance of iOS and it's impact in the next generation:
My child will never know pixels. She will not remember a time when computer displays were not photo realistic and easily manipulated. She will live in a world where computing devices are part of everyday life considered with as much reverence as a light switch.
True. Watching my 2 year old use the iPad and iPhone with more confidence than most adults is amazing. She just gets it. The only thing she gets cranky about is a slow Internet connection when YouTube doesn't load fast enough. Oh, and bad UI. She doesn't like it when things don't do what they, according to her, should obviously do. Did I mention she's 2?