A lot of times the company that tries to be the most revolutionary in the field of producing its respective product ends up being the least successful. This struggle of great concepts failing as products is prevalent in the field of electronics, where new innovations that could change the way we use technology come around… Continue reading Why Great Ideas Don’t Always Make Great Products
Month: February 2020
User Experience Accessibility vs Economic Accessibility: The Biggest Debate in Product Development
Whenever developing a new product in the field of consumer electronics, or any field for that matter, one inevitably encounters the following the debate: should I make my product the best it can be, or the best it can be for cheap? Those last two words are the sole reason this conundrum exists, and they… Continue reading User Experience Accessibility vs Economic Accessibility: The Biggest Debate in Product Development
Will the smartphone ever replace the personal computer?
No. In fact, the computer will replace the smartphone. This is thanks to the superior productivity and creativity applications available on the computer, that require the computer’s (whether it be a tablet, laptop, or desktop) specific form factor to be used effectively. The phone isn’t the evolution of the personal computer, it’s the extension of… Continue reading Will the smartphone ever replace the personal computer?
Are Apple Products Overpriced?
Whenever a new Apple product comes out, your’e sure to hear everything about it for days. If its a phone, you hear about the fancy new camera, for AirPods, the noise cancelling, for the MacBook, the new keyboards, but for all of these products, the thing you seem to hear about the most is always… Continue reading Are Apple Products Overpriced?
Now that Jony Ive is gone, where will Apple’s design go?
Jony Ive made the news last summer when the long time Apple chief designer, responsible for giving a personality to many of the company’s most important products, would be leaving the company. The world was shocked; Ive had been a monumentally important force in the company, with many considering his role to be close to… Continue reading Now that Jony Ive is gone, where will Apple’s design go?
Design of the Day 2/20/20: Camera
Why Apple should make an ARM Mac
In the tech world, a successful transition is a scarcity. Flops like Windows Vista, the Windows 8, and well, pretty much any version of Windows after ’95 just serve to prove this point. This curse, however, seemingly does not afflict Apple. Throughout its history, the company has pulled off numerous successful transitions, such as the… Continue reading Why Apple should make an ARM Mac
What is Apple’s greatest innovation?
These days, you seem to hear a lot about Apple’s recent lack of innovation. While this is a debatable topic, its not hard to hide that many of the pieces of technology that we have today owe at least some element of themselves to an innovation made by Apple. Everyday essentials like our phones, our… Continue reading What is Apple’s greatest innovation?
The iPad is a great computer, but it could be the greatest.
Recently, its gotten easy to wrap your head around the idea of the iPad as a computer. Through Apple’s addition of features like split screen multitasking, a file manager, and mouse support, the iPad is more like a computer than ever before. But it can be so much more. While these new additions are great,… Continue reading The iPad is a great computer, but it could be the greatest.
Apple isn’t done for… yet.
Ever since the passing of Steve Jobs, the idea that Apple is not what it used to be has grown and grown. This sentiment has been amplified in recent years, as made clear by countless articles, YouTube videos, and Podcast rants that all seem to say that Apple is nothing compared to what it was… Continue reading Apple isn’t done for… yet.