John Sculley: The Samsung Galaxy Tab Is The Only Serious Rival to The IPad

In the wake of the launch of the iPad, the first model, many manufacturers decided to embark on the adventure to try to compete against him. In quantity are many and when it comes to the truth, even if it is hard to admit, not all are up to. It is also true that has many powerful competitors, although not everyone thinks so.

John Sculley, CEO of Apple from 1983 to 1993, said in an interview with The Economic Times than the Samsung Galaxy Tab is the only serious rival for the iPad. Given that does not specify any particular model we understand that it’s the family of the Korean company, which is not exactly simple tablets.

Also in the interview, John Sculley commends the Executive team of the Cupertino company and believes that still left a few good years ahead. The truth is that the claim of Sculley is too blunt. Since while it is true that in this market, Apple sweeps, despite many forecasts that speak of growth of Android in this sector, There are more competitors that can give much to talk about: Asus, Sony, Acer…

For who no sounding him the name of John Sculley perhaps this little anecdote I refresh the memory. It was in 1983, and Steve Jobs was set in John if this is to be the CEO of Apple. The phrase with which convinced him is well known in the world of technology:

Do you want to sell sugar water the rest of your life or want to come with me and change the world?

Just that same year John Schulley started working as head of the company, since he held for ten years.