“Apple often credits its unique combination of hardware, software, and services as the secret sauce that makes its products so good,” Dan Moren writes for Macworld. “It’s hard to argue that control over the whole widget hasn’t played into Apple’s history of creating incredibly well-designed products like the Mac, the iPod, the iPhone, and the Apple Watch.
“But as our technological lives get even more and more complex, it’s become apparent that Apple’s play is ever more about the ecosystem,” Moren writes. “I came to this realization in the aftermath of the company’s WWDC announcements of the past month, when I found myself itching at the prospect of upgrading my Apple Watch to the watchOS 3 beta.”
Moren writes, “It’s all connected.”
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MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote on June 14th: “We are armed with Macs, iPhones, iPads, Apple Watches, and Apple TVs and nobody lacking such a lineup can come even remotely close to our day-to-day capabilities. We are more efficient and we can accomplish much more than non-Apple device sufferers because our devices are infinitely more integrated. No other platform or ecosystem can compare.”
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