Since the start of the millennial generation, advances in technology have helped take the world digital. The widespread adoption of personal computers, the internet and most recently, the smartphone have been the big watershed events that have completely transformed the way we live and work. There are few aspects of our life that are yet to radically reinvent themselves and maintain the digital status quo. So far, pathology has lagged, but not for long.
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Apple is often chided for its supposed “Lack of innovation”.
The iPhone for example has lagged behind the competition in bringing features like 5G, wireless charging and NFC to market.
Despite these drawbacks, we find that Apple has a 46% market share of smartphones in the US with Samsung coming in a distant 2nd at 25% according to research by Counterpoint. Shocking, for a company that finds it so hard to innovate! Apple’s success has its endeavor to do be the best in the market rather than the first to market.
A similar story can be written about HomePod —…
In his 1983 Keynote address, Steve Jobs read out the following letter before previewing their infamous 1984 advertisement for the audience –
“It appears IBM wants it all. Apple is perceived to be the only hope to offer IBM a run for its money. Dealers initially welcoming IBM with open arms now fear an IBM dominated and controlled future. They are increasingly turning back to Apple as the only force that can ensure their future freedom. Will Big Blue dominate the entire computer industry? [Will Big Blue dominate] the entire information age?”
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