Rene Ritchie: What Apple has planned for 2017

Right now, no Apple watcher has better access.

If you have time for only one what-to-expect-in-2017 story, Rene Ritchie’s is the one to read. He covers all the product categories, iPhone to Apple Car. From his intro:

Apple will announce new products in 2017. Some will be innovative and some percentage of us will hate the changes. Others will be iterative and some percentage of us will claim boredom at the lack of change. Either way, the year will be filled with equal parts surprise and delight and doom and gloom, just like every year. What’ll be different is the stakes.

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P.S. I came across Ritchie’s piece prepping for tonight’s This Week in Tech (Episode 596) with Leo Laporte, Clayton Morris and Kara Swisher. Scary!

One Comment

  1. David Drinkwater said:

    I’d really like to see the Apple Watch add Touch ID, but I suppose I would have to wait until after the iPhone adopts in-display Touch ID first. I’m not a big fan of entering the password on those tiny little virtual buttons. And as much as Horace Dediu likes to call the iPhone and iPad “direct input” devices, I totally think of a keypad as a more direct input method. (Seems odd that a 45 year-old would be in the “old” camp, but there I fit!)

    January 8, 2017

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