“Apple co-founder, Steve Jobs, once advised students to ‘join the dots,’ but it seems Apple’s future plans include making dots seem to disappear as it focuses on delivering the highest possible resolution across its product range,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld.
“I’m talking about an interconnected platform across Macs, iPads, iPhones and future devices we haven’t seen yet; a platform capable of creating and consuming the highest available resolution video content,” Evans writes. “This focus on resolution is central to the company’s plans. Why else have Apple executives chosen to point out that the iPad actually boasts a higher resolution than any HDTV? Apple tends to keep to plan, and those mentions should be seen as prophetic to what the company hopes to achieve.”
Evans writes, “When you connect this vision to notions of future Apple televisions, Apple displays and Apple devices, things begin to make sense. Now this week there’s been a series of hints at this element to the company’s future plans to out-innovate its competitive followers.”
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