Good take on streaming but somehow I feel like Netflix will find a way to stay very relevant.
Just got Disney+ working and of course it’s awesome to find so much Disney back content and since I don’t have cable it will be nice to see some of the NatGeo stuff for once.
My NYU colleague professor Adam Alter has conducted research confirming that the most end…
— Read on www.profgalloway.com/stream-on
Amazing to see Apple winning with Silicon and begs the question of how did Intel blow it so badly?
An Exclusive Look Inside Apple’s A13 Bionic Chip | WIRED
Daring Fireball: Jony Ive Is Leaving Apple
— Read on daringfireball.net/2019/06/jony_ive_leaves_apple
This is cool.
Daily coverage of Apple’s WWDC 2019 conference, by John Sundell. A Swift by Sundell spin-off.
— Read on wwdcbysundell.com/
Good insights. Early days on the services stuff.
Once upon a time, I held a simple, purist view of Apple’s Services business: Its one and only raison d’être was to push up the volumes and margins of Apple’s personal computers. These were the real…
— Read on mondaynote.com/the-apple-services-misunderstanding-7af38fe1f087
The keyboard suck and the Touch Bar is interesting but serves no amazing purpose.
Spot in. I have no desire to go to the Apple store and I just hate having to need to any after sales support.
Apple SVPs – All this:
To me, Ahrendts’s five years in charge of Retail has been similar to Ive’s time as Chief Design Officer. The Apple Stores look better than ever, but they don’t work as well as they used to. No one I know looks forward to going to an Apple Store, even when it’s for the fun task of buying a new toy. No doubt a lot of this is due to Apple’s success and the mobs of people milling about, but Ahrendts didn’t solve the problem of efficiently handling the increased customer load.