“Just in its first few days, the launch of Apple Music has demonstrated that Apple can competently execute outside of its core hardware business,” Daniel Eran Dilger writes for AppleInsider. “That has implications for its future ambitions in TV and automotive, as well as highlighting the vast gulf between it, Google and Microsoft.”
Dilger writes, “If Apple’s success with Apple Music can offer some insight into its prospects for successfully launching TV and automotive products, as well as expansions of today’s Apple Pay, Apple Watch, home automation, health and ResearchKit initiatives, the same can conversely be said about Google’s track record of bungling Google TV, Glass, Google Wallet, Android Wear, Android@Home and its future prospects for Android Pay, self-driving cars and another crop of Glass and Android TV attempts.”
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MacDailyNews Take: Apple Inc. vs. Our Lady of Perpetual Beta (or Our Lady of Transitory Endeavor). Forget about Microsoft, they’re done ruining personal computing for the masses.