On the other hand it’s pretty difficult to mess up “just a web browser”. You might get a few less phone calls from your elderly relatives about how they broke their fancy new email and internet machine.
Chrome OS boots from power off in about 7 seconds. So you don't need to leave it on and consuming power when it's not in use. You NEVER download and update any apps, although the OS does update itself. Web apps live on servers, so they're always up to date and virus free.
iOS keeps things simple - everything is laid out on the home screens, and there's only one button. The setup process takes a bit longer, but it shows you how to use your device more thoroughly than other operating systems.
If you use this for: surfing the web, watching videos (ex. YouTube, Netflix) and looking on social sites like Facebook, this is great. If you need something more for work or school, you should go with either a full Mac OSX operating system or Windows. You cannot store certain files or open them lo...