Apple’s innovations hit new marks
Oct 26, 2012
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I always enjoyed Steve Job’s keynote addresses, and anticipated them more than, say, the President’s State of the Union. His bit of bravado and assuredness added an edge to his presentations. Did you know he had done these kind of presentations since the beginning days of Apple? You can find some old ones on YouTube.
Tim Cook, Apple’s new CEO, doesn’t have the same stage presence or presentation skills as Job’s had; but he seems genuinely proud of the engineering team and designs; and what I like very much about him, is that he seems to be a numbers man. Numbers reveal so much. And Apple’s new numbers are nothing short of jaw dropping. Philip Schiller, the likable and familiar (if you watch the keynotes over the years) Senior V.P. of Worldwide Marketing for Apple, presented most of the design segments.
I hope you’ll click through my screenshot to the Apple streaming event video. Streaming allows all computers, even those hooked to slow connections, to watch the keynote. It’s worth your time. Apple designs from the inside out. Even the inside of products is designed to perfection and beautiful standards. They discuss and show the insides of each new product and detail the fine engineering of the outside, too.
Whether you watch out of interest in what’s new from Apple, or out of your love of fine design, or for your appreciation of Steve Job’s legacy, there’s a lot to enjoy, and, as always, plenty of exciting news for the marketplace.