Apple After Steve Jobs

iwatch-tidbits:

Will we see this typical Apple slide showing “current market state” before the iWatch introduction?

Tim Cook didn’t have this slide to help us better understand where Apple Watch fits in the market. Steve Jobs had one for the iPhone, the iPad and even the iPod or the iMac. Instead of this, Apple choose to show us a short video of the device. I think Apple missed a big opportunity here to explain the “raison d’être” of the newly announced device. They spend quite some time to show us the user experience and it was great to see but it would have been better to know why this device has been created, what problems it solves, what are the usage scenarios. Remember, they did it very clearly for Apple Pay.

iwatch-tidbits:

Will we see this typical Apple slide showing “current market state” before the iWatch introduction?

Tim Cook didn’t have this slide to help us better understand where Apple Watch fits in the market. Steve Jobs had one for the iPhone, the iPad and even the iPod or the iMac. Instead of this, Apple choose to show us a short video of the device. I think Apple missed a big opportunity here to explain the “raison d’être” of the newly announced device. They spend quite some time to show us the user experience and it was great to see but it would have been better to know why this device has been created, what problems it solves, what are the usage scenarios. Remember, they did it very clearly for Apple Pay.

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JFMartin

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Apple’s Tim Cook on Steve Jobs (Sept. 12, 2014) | Charlie Rose

"His office is still left as it was."

Is this a sign of respect? Nostalgia? I was very surprised by this unheard fact about Steve Jobs office being left as is since he past away.

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JFMartin

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