The 'Innovation' Question
Despite a massive lead in tablet usage, two new MacBook Pro releases, two new iPad releases, an operating system update and overhauls on iLife and iWork applications, Apple is still battling the "Innovation" question. Does adding existing technology like a retina display onto a different product like a MacBook Pro really qualify as innovation, or is it a mere upgrade that had to happen. The A7 chip was a big deal when it was loaded in the iPhone 5S, but now it is the Apple standard, and future processors are surely not expected to get slower. It was less than three years ago that Apple introduced the tablet to the world, but when will the next "big thing" hit the scene? Further, will it be Apple that brings it?