This probably shouldn’t shock too many people, but Tim Cook believes the future isn’t with the PC, but with the tablet. After shipping 15.4 million iPads in Q1, Cupertino is clearly comfortable with the idea that tablets are taking off and, as we begin to demand our devices become more mobile, it only makes sense that these finger-friendly slates will one day outsell less portable options like laptops and desktops. When might that day come? Well, Mr. Cook refused to speculate, but he was confident that the tablet market will be bigger, at least in terms of units sold, than traditional computers. Cook is already seeing a shift, with the iPad cannibalizing some Mac sales, but he does believe “there’s more cannibalization of Windows PCs by the iPad,” a trend he clearly loves. We hope, for their own sake, Dell and HP are ready for the coming revolution.