Bloomberg News Features iPad for Dad!

Dad, me, and his iPad

… and other seniors, too.

In an August 5, 2010 article, This Is Your Grandfather’s iPad as Japan Elderly Embrace Apple, two Bloomberg News reporters, Pavel Alpeyev and Yoshinori Eki, mention the As Our Parent Age iPad for Dad series.

The piece has an international focus, describing how the iPad is becoming popular with seniors in Japan, but it also mentions my dad and the iPad series.

The authors interviewed James Cordwell, a technology analyst at Atlantic Equities Service in London, who comments, “Demographically, the world, especially in developed markets, is getting older and it’s probably where Apple is least penetrated.” Cordwell also comments that older users will be “a key source of growth for them in the future.”

So far there are twelve iPad for Dad installments. Check them out and stay tuned!

If you like this post, read some of the other descriptions of our Father/Daughter iPad adventure.  iPad for Dad, #1iPad for Dad, #2iPad for Dad, #3,  iPad for Dad, #4iPad for Dad#5iPad for Dad, #6,  iPad for Dad, #7iPad for Dad, #8,  iPad for Dad, #9iPad for Dad, #10iPad for Dad, #11iPad for Dad, #12

Learn more about the As Our Parents Age blog.

3 thoughts on “Bloomberg News Features iPad for Dad!

  1. Pingback: Bloomberg News Features Ipad For Dad! As our Parents Age

  2. Congratulations on the great Bloomberg mention! That must have been really exciting. You certainly earned the recognition with covering a topic that is both timely and ahead of its time.

    (Too bad the author didn’t bother to add a hyperlink when he mentioned your blog…)

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