Originally Posted by macinthe408
Keep in mind that this would count as a "new and exciting product," as mentioned by Cook in the last 532 conference calls.
If everyone is waiting for the holodeck, it ain't gonna happen. It's going to be a slew of CPU speed updates that Cook can go back in time to prove that his company did do what he'd say he'd do in the previous call.
"Don't you think this NEW MacBook Air is new and exciting (compared to the last MacBook Air)?! It is new, right? Is it exciting, right? Right? RIGHT??!!"
I imagine you have a dart board with Cook's face on it in your room, thats the only way to explain your vitriolic and irrational hatred of the man, along with your non-sensical post. Noone is waiting for a holodeck, except you maybe. Also, noone thinks this is part of any new categories that Cook mentioned. Most rational, sane people (unlike you) expect a slight bump in this case, and there's nothing wrong with that.
Also, Apple will release a product in a new category when they're good and ready, and when that product will have a clear purpose, and a meaningful place in people's lives, as well as having a vision, design, and technological capabilities far beyond all the other shit being released in these "new" categories (ie. smartwatches). Thankfully, Apple doesn't release product to fill a void, pad results, please investors, or mindlessly fill a "category" as you would like them to, on a timetable. They release products that have been very carefully considered, in terms of the real value they add to people's lives, and with a long-term vision. Not bullet-point ridden junk that is nothing but noise, making people hate technology. Samsung is on what, their 3rd generation of shitty smartwatches now, each of which has gotten average reviews of 4-5/10? I guess thats what you're looking for.