“Beyond the usual chest-thumping of strong numbers, new operating systems and new devices, reading between the lines of Cook’s commentary yielded a definitive commitment to innovate new things. Then again, we really don’t have to read between the lines here much,” Altavilla writes. “Apple knows they have to strive to design and invent something truly new and ground-breaking. Not since the original launch of the iPad, has Apple defined a product category with the kind of complete dominance and almost reinvention of a computing usage model, as they did with their first devices.”
Altavilla writes, “They’ve got a 64-bit OS and processors now that will allow them to implement a robust platform across a multitude of devices, systems and usage models, from wearable computing to handsets, tablets, notebooks and your home.”
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