“Wednesday’s Apple announcements included some significant market advances, particularly the iPod Touch and the iTunes Wi-Fi Store. The new lineup of devices should keep the company clearly in the digital-media drivers’ seat through the end of 2007, at least, and the pricing strategy is rock-solid,” Matt Rosoff blogs for CNET.
Rosoff writes, “Even so, a few things that Apple didn’t announce might leave some room for other innovators.”
Rosoff’s list of what Apple didn’t announce:
• Subscription store
• Wireless sync
• User interaction
• The Beatles
Full article here.