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CES is getting away from being a Consumer Electronics Show and getting more and more into being a Consumer Experience Show, we may see a new device pop up here and there, and it is easy to expect big televisions, cool cars, and gadgets galore. But the secret sauce is what the software can do.
Found on CNN 2 months ago
It was a little surprising to see Apple reach for the alarmist approach and position their devices as potential life savers.
These emergency features are like the safety bags in your car : you aren't going to need them all the time, but you're grateful when you do.
It was a little surprising to see Apple Watches reach for the alarmist approach and position their devices as potential life savers.
Usually, new hardware comes out later in the year, so don't be disappointed if you don't see something, but even if Apple does, I think the bigger news is not the hardware itself, but Apple's own silicon that powers them.
Think of all the things and widgets you could see just at a glance without having to open your iPhone, now tie them to your homescreen. It's a part of the iPhone experience that has been mostly the same and would benefit from a refresh.
Because [ AirPods ] are so engrained into the Apple ecosystem with Apple Music and Apple Fitness +, Apple loyalists -- of which there are millions -- prefer to stay with the Apple brand instead of considering another brand.
Apple said that it would come out later this fall, so that's between now and late December, that could be an area where there will be supply issues.
This is going to be a real test of supply and demand for Apple, with the advent of the first 5G phone last year and the launch of an iPhone SE, Apple was very well positioned to capitalize on upgrades. This year, the upgrade cycle may be more muted than last year, and that works in Apple's favor should it experience supply issues.
Body readiness is clever because over-exercising can be a problem and lead to injuries down the road -- and under-exercising leads to being out of shape, this provides proof to the user what their body is ready for or what it needs, taking the guesswork out of how a user is thinking about how their body is doing. It uses the user's own data to come up with a score instead of comparing to some vague and sometimes inaccurate set of information.
This is a work in progress, especially as the use case continues to evolve, for now, AirTags is intended for items.
Look for a number of health solutions, especially those that claim that they can tell you if you are showing signs of possible infection -- raised body temp, elevated heart rate and respiration -- or if you are socially distanced enough, or look at different disinfection solutions for the home, similar to the ones that claim they can zap unwanted or dangerous microbes on your phone.
Self-reporting can be a slippery slope, and this is where Apple has to be transparent, at least contractually, in what it is asking developers to do and the ramifications thereafter.
Does this spell the end of Swiss watches ? I doubt it. There will still be interest and demand, and in fact a number of younger users still aspire to own one some day.
This time it's one smartphone cut in half, so there are some price savings to be had, samsung continues to see an opportunity to differentiate itself in an otherwise copycat market and still make some money off of it. It already has the innovation chops and the manufacturing capabilities to do this themselves, and it's practically a category that it can claim as its own until foldables gain greater salience. That's a strong position for Samsung.
It seems that a product that was once derided has now become the must-have device.
The biggest thing to look for is the camera ; it's the Pixel's calling card, given the improvements by Samsung and Apple in this area, Google has to deliver an experience that is either on par or even better than what those companies have.
The lower price Apple Watch 3 is a gateway to get people to commit, comparatively speaking, you are paying 50 % less than a new model — a cost that is a lot easier to swallow.
I applaud Apple's decision to say it won't be the first and will stand on the shoulders of the giants before it, eventually we'll all get there, but there's a lot to still work out.
Apple is doing what Apple needs to do by demonstrating new devices, applications and features to keep people within the Apple ecosystem and not lose them to Android.
Apple has a penchant for standing on the shoulders of the giants that came before them when announcing a feature -- such as phablets and 4G LTE, it will get there eventually, but on its own terms.
Found on CNN 4 years ago
In order for BES12 to succeed it has to be viewed by all as platform agnostic, and what better way to demonstrate that other than by doing it yourself.
Found on Reuters 7 years ago
Charging a smartwatch is absolutely a pain point, smartwatches will need to last much longer than smartphones to avoid frustrating users.
It’s a fourth display, if you will. For some people, that doesn’t exactly resonate.
And remember, we can make the assumption that we’ll see more [power-hungry] applications, so we could see even more battery drainage later on.
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