“I am sick to death of pundits proclaiming that Apple can no longer innovate,” John Kirk writes for TechPinions. “Apparently, the less one knows about a subject, the more strident one’s opinion on that subject becomes. Nevertheless, this nonsensical posturing has simply got to stop, for it is easier to believe a lie that you have heard a thousand times, than the truth that you have heard only once.”
Can’t innovate anymore, my ass. ~ Phil Schiller
Kirk writes, “The critic’s arguments seem to break into two categories, which are really two sides of the same coin: Apple desperately needs to enter a new product category; (But it’s already too late because) Apple can’t innovate anymore.”
“I mean, honestly, could Apple’s critics be any more wrong? Could they have it any more backwards? Do they know nothing at all about Apple or the Tech industry?’ Kirk writes. “The very people who seem most certain of Apple’s future (or lack thereof) are also the very people who seem most ignorant of Apple’s past.”
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