Usually, during an Apple show, I get whiny messages from tech types who want to describe, in bloodied detail, all the things that Apple failed to do. Or just to whine that the whole thing was duller than an accountant’s bedspread.
Monday’s WWDC was disturbingly, well, different.
First, there was a vacuum. Then, coos and aahs began to arrive by text…
Tim Cook and his cohorts seemed to have managed what I thought impossible.
They’d annoyed no one other than Mark Zuckerberg, Sundar Pichai and their feelingless crews [with Sign In with Apple].
No, the Earth didn’t shatter. It was still uplifting, however, that Apple — for once, of late — had put so much thought into so many things that actually pleased and even surprised its most gnarly critics.
Thinking even a little different still seems occasionally possible.
MacDailyNews Take: Luckily for the constipated complainers, Apple gave them Memoji Makeup to denigrate to their snarky hearts’ content (as Apple sells even more Memoji-capable hardware to former fragmandroid settlers who are sick and tired of being sad, handicapped green bubbles; the SMS lepers of Messages).