Episode: 161: History of iPad Deployment


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161: History of iPad Deployment

Bradley and Fraser look at the history of how iPads have been deployed. They also make an exciting announcement about the show for 2016.

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Do you have questions? You can contact Bradley and Fraser via Twitter: @bradleychambers and @fraserspeirs

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