Understanding that innovation requires passing a market test and that passing that test is immensely rewarding both for the creator and for society at large means that we can focus on how to make it happen. Obsessing over the mere novelties or inventions means we allocate resources which markets won’t reward. Misusing the term and confusing it with activities that don’t create value takes our eye off the causes and moves us away from finding ways of repeatably succeeding.
Brilliant piece on what is innovation, really. MUST READ.
Is Apple still innovating? Be careful before answering this question. You might fall into the trap.
Instant buy for me (4.7” version). iPhone 6 mockup from http://www.nowhereelse.fr
Providing too many choices to the users (two apps for photos, for gmail, etc.) is exactly the opposite of “for every YES there are hundreds of no’s”.
For those asking, here how Apple could introduce a bigger screen iPhone and the impact on apps and developers. Head to www.macrumors.com for all the details.
If Apple were to adopt a 1134x750 4.7” display as predicted by Kuo, it would preserve the same pixel density (326 ppi) as the iPhone 5s. That means that all existing user interface elements, such as icons, would be the same size but would allow for more screen space.
Hey Samsung, you forgot a few screen sizes…. or you are lacking focus. #stupidity