“This was a big year for Apple,” Binyamin Goldman writes for Medium. “We saw the biggest OS X update in quite a while, iOS opened up more then ever, two new iPhones, two new iPads, new Macs, and, for the first time since 2010, a new product category: the Apple Watch.”
“It truly was the companies biggest product lineup in 25 years… but not for long,” Goldman writes. “Every year, I try and predict what Apple has in store for the next 365 days. This year, Tim Cook and company will launch an extraordinary line of new products and updates, including new operating systems, new iPhones, new iPads, Apple Watch, and even a new line of MacBook. The biggest product lineup in 26 years.”
“In order to reinvent the iPad, Apple is reportedly working on a series of major hardware and software improvements for the iPad line. Imagine a world where to edit photos, photographers don’t go to a Mac, they go to their iPads. There is no reason for anyone to do home video editing on a Mac for any reason. The best version of iMovie should be on iPad. Imagine if Apple figured out how to make a full sized, on screen keyboard with feedback that made it feel as if you were typing on a real keyboard (keep an eye on that Taptic Engine). Editing documents is a much better experience on a tablet then any other device if you’ve got the keyboard,” Goldman writes. “This needs to be Apple’s new philosophy. And Apple’s device to show off this new philosophy is called the iPad Pro.”
Tons more about “Apple’s biggest product lineup in 26 years” in the full article – recommended – here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “JES42” for the heads up.]