Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPad, when it was launched was viewed as an alternative to PCs, but apart from that the devices have become an essential part of the way users take notes and organize their daily living. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPad has become an important supporter of professionals of every field ranging from doctors to lawyers, businessmen and women to general practitioners, and now even Bollywood choreographers are extracting benefits from having a handy iPad available at all times.

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Many tasks with one Apple iPad

Bollywood choreographer Feroz Khan now carries a single iPad to his workplace, in contrast to the past, where he would have to carry baggage to manage his job properly. Khan used to carry a laptop, camera, notepad and other similar items to coordinate his work, but the new iPad Air, which is efficient, powerful and lightweight, offers him everything he requires.

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As part of his job, Khan has to select costumes and props, and the tasks have become much easier through his iPad. Also, with touch screen it has become easier to design, to edit and discard unwanted or unsuitable designs in a quick and enhanced way, which gives more time to Khan and dancers to perform the routine.

Apps also contributing

There are a range of apps in the App store that make iPad attractive compared to its competitors. Apps like Artemis HD, which is a stout app that requires the use of high end camera equipment, is a boon for professionals like Khan. Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPad, also enables Khan to get quick feedback on certain areas that are performing well, which helps him to focus on various factors that may need improvement. Khan is one of those thousands of people who schedule their routine with the iPad.

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s iPad Air is becoming increasingly popular among the shoppers. For the quarter ending in December, iPad Air garnered 41% of all iPad sales in the US, which is slightly lower 43% share in December 2012, according to data released by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP) in January. Despite the lower market share, the iPad Air easily overtook the iPad Mini’s 25% share and 16% share of iPad Mini with Retina.