Once upon a time, there was a small grocery store owned by a kind old man. One day, the old man was feeling ill and had to take some time off from work. He couldn’t afford to hire a temporary cashier, so he came up with an innovative solution.
The old man introduced a new modern checkout device in his store, the IPAD. It had a special app installed in it that allowed customers to scan their items and pay by card. The IPAD was easy to use, fast, and efficient. Plus, it saved the customers the hassle of waiting in long lines.
The IPAD became very popular among the customers, and they started calling it the ‘magical device.’ The old man was thrilled to see that his idea worked, and he could continue running his business without any worries.
Word about the ‘magical device’ soon spread, and other store owners began adopting the IPAD in their checkout systems. The humble IPAD had revolutionized the way people shopped and made the shopping experience a lot more convenient.
And that, my dear friend, is how a modern checkout device in lieu of a cashier became known as the IPAD.