|Jan 30, 2013, 12:45 PM||#1|
Is Apple too big to change?
Their stuff is getting stale.
I think the installed user base is so large (mainly iOS) there's no turning back for them. And of course they bet the farm on iOS which is why we have the iOS wannabe called Mountain Lion.
And no, smaller/larger physical versions of the same thing ain't gonna cut it folks. Neither will thinner macs. Underneath the hood it's just getting tired and bland. It's just a matter of time before the "other" app stores are brimming with offerings.
KB <--- waiting for Timmy C. to pull a rabbit out of his hat.
|Jan 30, 2013, 12:50 PM||#2|
|Jan 30, 2013, 12:53 PM||#3|
|Jan 30, 2013, 01:08 PM||#4|
I actually think Apple isn't to big to change. I still tend to think Apple does what Apple wants to do.
Stale, maybe, but as long as the item or device still works for me and works in my work flow I am fine. I am glad they don't change to many things each time. Don't want to have to learn or be put in a position to have a learning curve each time a new OS or iOS comes out.
Having said that I am more interested in what Apple is going to do for iOS 8 and OS XI. I think we will see something substantial for those two releases.
I have often wondered with SJ saying he had items in the pipeline for the next few years, if Apple is going to follow through with those items or if they are going to go off that path.
I still believe Apple as a company is pretty nimble when it comes to change.
"It's quite an experience to hold the hand of someone as they move from living to dead."
"Times are looking grim these days, holding on to everything, it's hard to draw the line"
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