Are These Apple’s Darkest Days

Apple’s Darkest Days

Food for thought.

by Bill Nolan

Apple. Has the once great Mecca of technological innovation and design seen its time come and gone? Lately, a crack has emerged in their once great facade. Without a doubt, Steve Jobs was and really will always be the king of the Apple Empire, but like all other kingdoms, someday it will come to an end. Sure, Apple is still doing some fairly interesting things, but all in all, the innovation and desire to “think different”, as Jobs put it, seems to have passed along with him. Unfortunately, the executives at Apple need to realize that you can only circle the flames so long. The real question is… are they prepared for what lies ahead. Read more >

Did this Apple Fall Too Far From the Tree?

Apple Debate 2

The Apple Debate : Part 2

by Bill Nolan

Steve Jobs
There’s no arguing that the world of technology wouldn’t be the same without him. Even the ones that dislike his “personality” in the legacy of Apple have to give him a good bit of credit. This wiz basically developed the first personal computer, that’s extremely intuitive and all bundled into a beautiful piece of art. Now, it’s not a surprise what followed. The iMac, which is often imitated but never duplicated, has become an unstoppable beast in the world of computing, and the iPhone really made the term ‘smartphone’ universal. iPod and iTunes, which revolutionized the digital music world, are not going anywhere… we think. And then there’s the iPad, easily transportable, which includes many abbreviated applications to keep you moving forward when away from your computer. But wait, there’s more. We can’t forget iCloud.  It’s the magic that helps connect all of your Apple products, keeping them in sync and updated. Read more >