“Apple will not introduce an iWatch or any other wearable device until it offers something that will become as central to everyday experience as the iPod, iPad, iPhone or Mac,” Jonny Evans writes for Computerworld. “Getting this right will demand great software.”
“When they ship, critics will slam them, competitors reject them, some pundits scorn them, and those in the game for a fast buck will ‘benchmark’ them to introduce cheap alternatives,” Evans writes. “However, if Apple gets it right these things will change everything.”
“History will show every wearable device introduced before Apple’s eventual release was nothing other than an abject failure when compared to the market volumes Apple will create,” Evans writes. “I don’t believe Apple will ship anything until it gets the hardware/software combination right.”
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