Here is my prediction on the next big thing. Apple does a VR headset. The ability is there. No one can do small screen and big computing power better than Apple. The gyroscope and GPS in the iPhone is so good and so small that a juiced up and improved version of it will solve the head tracking issue. No camera needed. Then we add the "tech" and the name brand from the Beats Audio acquisition and we've got the sound system. First killer App is "be there" concert experience with a few hot bands. Apple positions this as the ultimate movie watching experience as well, thereby this becomes the Apple TV that the we always heard about. Siri is onboard controlling lots of input. Otherwise your phone or iPad will double as another input device. Sadly it won't be focused on games because Apple will resist allowing it to connect to a controller with lots of buttons. But games will get built for it. VR is inevitable. The Oculus Rift is reportedly compelling technology as it stands and I don't see why Apple can't make something much better. So if the state of the art is "good" but not adopted (kind of like original MP3 players) and Apple can make something smaller and better, then this is basically a classic "Apple Innovation Moment". One where in some ways they aren't innovating, but really just executing. But by executing they actually make the innovation (which currently exists as a niche and in labs) into something that exists in the mass market. Anyway, that is my thought for the day.