Apple CEO Tim Cook noted that the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and ApplePay could certainly be enough to call it a day, but instead he took the stage for "the next chapter of Apple's story" to introduce the long-awaited... Apple Watch?
Apple’s never going to be the same…again. As pundits, reporters, and your friendly neighborhood Mac sites weigh in on the sudden end of Steve’s tenure as CEO, expect to hear variations on one sour note amid the accolades and fond memories: Apple is doomed without him, and the company’s best days are behind it. No one is happy to see Steve go, but don’t worry. Apple will be fine for a long time to come. That’s due not only to the excellent team Steve’s put in place, but also to his brilliant marketing tactics. Their success brought back the Mac and sent Apple roaring to the top of the tech world –– and beyond. Thanks to Steve, Apple’s here to stay. Here are five of the biggest reasons why.
After search giant Google hurled a barrage of not-so-subtle spears in Apple’s direction at the Google I/O developer conference, all eyes are now on the World Wide Developer Conference that Cupertino will be launching June 7 with a keynote from CEO Steve Jobs.
MacLife.com would like to take a moment to throw out our own list of possibilities as to what Apple might introduce this Wednesday -- aside from that rumored tablet. Some are more realistic than others, naturally, but that’s half the fun!
This year we asked other journalists to imagine the future of Apple hardware, but in our January issues from 2008 and 2009,
we designed fauxtotypes of our own conception. But even though our
friends in the tech community did the heavy lifting for us this month,
we couldn’t resist going at least as far as “the cocktail napkin stage”
with a number of ideas. In the illustrations below, we present six
product concepts that imagine clever simplicity in industrial design.
Or at least we hope our ideas reach that quality level--looking at some
of these drawings, it appears that a few of us may have had cocktails
with our cocktail napkins.