The iPad is child's play? It's even easier than that

Saying something is 'child's play' is usually a sign that it is very easy to use but in the case of Apple's iPad, it looks as if the phrase needs to be amended to 'baby's play' judging by this video on YouTube of a two year old boy playing with the Apple tablet. "Get them while they're young&qu

Saying something is 'child's play' is usually a sign that it is very easy to use but in the case of Apple's iPad, it looks as if the phrase needs to be amended to 'baby's play' judging by this video on YouTube of a two year old boy playing with the Apple tablet.

"Get them while they're young" is a well-worn truism and Apple seems to be taking it to heart by catching them younger and younger. Mind you, there are plenty of people in the Windows world who will view the video as merely reinforcing their perception of the Cupertino company as a maker of shiny toys. Perhaps they'll grow out of it as they get older. But if they don't...

This was last published in March 2011

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