Another Apple event that will be ruined by Tim Cook's fake excitement.
Can I be innovative and think outside the box without getting sh** on? Ok thanks.I'd love to see some surprises:4. Airpods 2. (Not Airpods 1.2 that we got earlier.)Health features.Longer battery life.Wireless charging built into Airpods also.Find my airpods with pinging.Space Gray.
avon b7 said:
That's a daring title on the invite.Perhaps the fruity logo will make a return!Seriously, putting 'innovation' in there perhaps means there really is some meat in there with the potatoes after all.
I suspect that you guys have missed the hidden message. It is obvious that Apple is going into the hamburg business. One can easily see the cheese, lettuce and meat on that bun.
Unless there is something dramatically new in either health or payments, I am fully expecting a keynote somewhere in the spectrum between ‘meh’ and ‘blah.’
entropys said:You might be on to something there. Perhaps a small, stainless steel bolus that transmits data on gut condition, core body temp etc to your iPhone?edit: and incidentally let’s teh authoritays always know exactly where you are!
jedwards87 said:So you are saying Apple is doomed. Well, that didn't take long.
paxman said:Can you give an example of something that would constitute 'real' innovation?
mjtomlin said:With their push into video content, I can definitely see Apple releasing a companion hardware device in the form of a “sound bar” and expanding either the AppleTV or HomePod products; AppleTV “Theater” or HomePod “Theater”.
This event is going to be panned by many technology reviewers globally, and it will surely not help sales.They decided to go with "By Innovation Only" marquee... It'll be a bust for sure.