It seems that work on the Apple watch did not begin until after his death …Yes. He was most likely involved in the early process and/or put the watch on his supposed "Apple roadmap for the next twenty years"-plan-thingy. …
I don't, but a few hours ago:… Do we know how long it has actually been in development? …
I try to avoid focusing on individuals, but that's an interesting thought.… I'm more curious what the software would've been like if Forstall was still at Apple.
Tim Cook has an idea. I don't expect him to vote here but from listening to what Cook said yesterday, I have an idea that Steve Jobs did not support the idea of an Apple Watch.… "No one has any idea" …
Business Insider is click bait. They operate on the Gawker model and will publish anything that will generate ad impressions which determines their pay. I also noticed that they turned hugely negative on Apple at about the same time that Samsung became a major sponsor of the site.Clearly No. The media is making fun of the Apple Watch http://finance.yahoo.com/news/cant-just-admit-apple-watch-170750775.html and Steve would have known in advance that would happen if an Apple Watch had the same limitations as a Samsung watch (8 hour battery life and requires tethering to a phone).
Interesting that the Apple Watch isn't among the four year's worth of products that Jobs left Apple and it hasn't even been four years since his death. Unless he provided the initial idea but they hadn't done any work on it.Interviewer: "Did (Steve Jobs) have any idea the Apple Watch was coming?"
Tim Cook: "Yeah, we started working on it, er after his passing. But "
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Maybe he thought they were sht, just as he did all cell phones before the iPhone.Someone posted elsewhere that Steve didn't even wear a watch during keynotes, presentations, etc.
Just why not? Serious question?Serious Question!
I'm not sure on this one.