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2005-09-07
Innovation black hole?
Quite a few articles around the web point the finger at Apple's computer innovation black hole today. Ever since WWDC, people are waiting for "a lot of innovative products based on the PowerPC". Where are they? We haven't seen great innovations in computers from Apple so far. Sure: It was smoothtalking that Steve Jobs did back then. But we have to wonder: Has Apple still people working on computers, or is everyone working on iPods, mobile phones and new versions of iTunes? No Stevenote at AppleExpo Paris probably means: No big computer news to come. Pity.
Comments:
"Innovative" is a blanket word that Apple uses to describe anything it does.

It's irritating really, because it isn't true a considerable amount of the time. Hooray for PR fluff!
 
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