Warren对iOS 11在iPad上设置多个屏幕应用程序的拖拽行为的挑剔有一些批评 - 他的评论值得单独阅读该片段但他补充说：
Sure, you can ignore these gestures if you want, just like thousands of Windows and Mac users ignore keyboard shortcuts they don’t know aboutThe problem Apple faces here is that it’s trying to convince everyone that a touch interface is just as productive as using a keyboard and mouse.
在80年代和90年代，有关于Mac和Windows等GUI界面是否“优于”命令行界面的不间断辩论。1争论从未解决过，但我们甚至不再使用首字母缩略词“GUI”它没有得到解决，因为这个论点并没有真正有意义对于大多数人而言，GUI对于大多数任务来说更好，并且命令行仍然适用于最擅长的事情The analogy isn’t perfect because the post-OS X Mac has both a great GUI and a great command line, but the iOS-vs.-Mac-for-work argument will be “settled” similarly: we’ll just stop talking about it a decade from now, years after many (maybe even最人们正在使用iPad和类似iPad的设备进行基于计算机的工作。
Imagine a review of the Mac SE/30 in 1989 that instead of focusing on all the things that were great about it — both the things that were great about the Mac ever since 1984 and especially the tremendous improvement in performance and user-interface snappiness that the SE/30 brought to the board — focused instead on the things that were still faster or better on DOS, like games or being able to write批处理文件这就是这些“iPad Pro仍然无法取代您的笔记本电脑”评论对我而言的感觉。
Usenet veterans will recall that these arguments would break out on any and all newsgroups — not just those related to tech — and they would rage out of control for days like virtual wildfires. ↩︎