The iPhone Is A High-Priced Commodity The iPhone is little more than a high-priced commodity at this juncture. There is little differentiation between it and lower cost alternatives (OnePlus for example) both from a design and feature functionality standpoint. However, with 2 billion-plus devices in circulation, Apple's future does not rest exclusively with new device … Continue reading Apple Should Double Down on Apple Health NowPremium
Apple no longer innovates. Look no further than its cash cow iPhone. Prior to the iPhone’s initial launch in January 2007, Motorola, Blackberry and Nokia ruled the mobile phone universe. Today, rather than driving innovation, rather than striving to leapfrog the competition, Apple is content to play a feature/functionality cat and mouse game with Samsung, … Continue reading Apple – From Innovator To Fast FollowerPremium
Everyone Wants Their 15 Minutes of Fame It’s a primary reason why Instagram “Stories” are so popular. That and the feature’s ease-of-use. Instagram has created an engaging, almost frictionless user experience that enables anyone to vlog their life in a series of micro videos with a 24-hour shelf life – i.e “Stories”. Stories is the … Continue reading 15 Minutes of Fame: The Intersection of User-Generated Video, Social Media and Mobile Devices
Welcome to Apple Health Apple recently announced that this spring it will release an update to its iOS for iPhones and iPads that will include a new “Health Records” feature that will provide access to personal medical records covering allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals. Given the ubiquity of the iPhone we … Continue reading Apple Is Well-Positioned to Lead A Consumer-Driven Healthcare Revolution
As printed in the WSJ: "Apple Inc. departed from its traditional preview strategy for what it bills as its most important new iPhone in years, prioritizing early access to the iPhone X for YouTube personalities and celebrities over most technology columnists who traditionally review its new products. Apple provided the iPhone X to a small … Continue reading iPhone X – Apple Hiding Something with Its Limited Review Strategy?
I don't anticipate writing a review of the iPhone X - it's not what we do here or at CEORater. However, the folks at the WSJ have taken the time to report their findings on Apple's facial recognition technology ("FaceID") which we covered in an earlier podcast. You may access the Wall Street Journal … Continue reading iPhone X – FaceID
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