Our gadgets advance with every new model, every new software update– to the point where new iPhones, iPads, and Macs do not resemble the capabilities of PCs just a decade or two ago. Jonathan Glassner looks at how complex all these have become in recent years.
Like it or don’t, iPhone, iPad, Mac, Watch, and Apple TV– and the software that runs on each platform– have layers of complexity which don’t come into view until they all fight for stage time during a big show.
I watched the keynote presentation and my head still spins. And that was just a highlight of changes on the way.
These devices do so much more than they or their counterparts did just a decade ago that keeping customers and users apprised of changes is an ongoing issue for any company that makes money selling hardware that holds more software than any of us can figure out how to use each day.