What just happened? Microsoft and Apple have a rivalry that goes back to the mid-80s and still rages today. Continuing the tradition of throwing shade at each other in their commercials, Microsoft has launched a new ad declaring the Surface Pro 7 better than the iPad. Microsoft’s ad begins by highlighting the advantages of the Surface Pro 7’s built-in kickstand. The iPad doesn’t have one, though it’s easy enough to buy a third-party cover with a similar feature, or you could purchase one of Apple’s iPad keyboards, which is the next feature under the microscope. The ad lauds the Surface Pro Type Cover keyboard and how it “clicks and attaches” to the device, though the iPad version does pretty much the same thing. The focus is on the weight difference between the two accessories—Apple’s Folio is 0.2 pounds heavier than the Surface Pro 7’s keyboard. It fails to mention that Microsoft’s tablet is 0.33 pounds heavier than Apple’s. Connectivity is up next. Microsoft has Apple beat in this area; the Surface has 3.5mm, USB-A, USB-C, and Surface Connect ports, along with a microSD card reader, while the iPad has only USB-C, meaning dongles are often a requirement. Microsoft also continues… Read full this story
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