“Gadget fans eagerly awaiting the next wave of Apple products just got some good news, and some bad news,” Brandon Griggs reports for CNN.
“First, the bad: Based on CEO Tim Cook’s comments Tuesday on the company’s quarterly earnings call, Apple appears unlikely to announce a major new product until this fall at the earliest,” Griggs reports. “If so, that would mean the company, which typically rolls out new stuff every three or four months, will have gone an entire year — an eternity in tech-industry time — without launching a new gadget.”
Griggs reports, “And now the good: Cook also said Apple sees potential in some ‘”exciting new product categories.'”
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MacDailyNews Take: During Apple’s Q213 conference call with analysts, Apple CEO Tim Cook stated, “Our teams are hard at work on some amazing new hardware and services we can’t wait introduce this fall and throughout 2014,” and also reiterated, “I don’t want to be more specific, but I’m just saying we’ve got some really great stuff coming in the fall and all across 2014.”
Cook never said Apple wasn’t unveiling their Mac Pro replacement at WWDC. 😉
Apple preparing to unleash a blizzard of new products, says source – April 24, 2013