It’s hard to believe that it has officially been two years since the iPad was introduced by Apple’s late co-founder Steve Jobs. On January 27, 2010, Jobs took the stage at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, California to unveil what would quickly become the world’s best-selling tablet.
Less than a dozen weeks after its release, the iPad had already reached the hands of 3 million people. By the end of 2010, that number increased to a staggering 14.8 million. Now, combined with the release of the iPad 2, Apple’s overall tablet sales are dominant with over 55 million units sold. Groundbreaking numbers, don’t you think? If only Steve Jobs was around to see it himself.