Gene Steinberg, who should know better than to toss up link bait, posits Apple’s lack of ideas for iOS and OS X.
If you have a cynical bent, you might suggest that Apple deliberately holds back features in order to have something to promote, and sell, for the next release. Perhaps that’s partly true, although it’s probably true that features earmarked for a specific OS version just aren’t ready to make the cut, although some will claim that Apple doesn’t let that stop them.
I love it when tech writers are so definitive.
Apple will confront the inevitable dilemma of having to come up with 100 to 200 new features to tout, while at the same time not confusing existing customers with far too many changes. But don’t forget that iPhone and iPad users managed to get accustomed to a totally new OS without a long learning curve. It can be done, as Apple has demonstrated over and over again.
How is it again that Apple is running out of ideas?