The time is (finally) right for a Mac minitower


Won’t high-end pro users abandon the Mac platform without a “true” Mac Pro? Some will, there’s no doubt. But many already have, arguing that it’s Apple that has been slowly abandoning the high-end market over the past half decade. (There’s some evidence for this position: token updates to the Mac Pro, dropping the Xserve and Xserve RAID, major updates to pro apps that make them seem more consumer- than pro-focused, and so on.) And other pro users may find that they no longer need a monster tower as much as they think they do. Which leads me to …

i think this year Apple will surprise the pro market for the better.​

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Apple vs. Samsung – read this And you’ll see why 2011 wont be like “1984”!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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why Apple is so right about their fight over patents? well..to understand the fundamental problem we have to go way back in time to the mid 80’s.

in 1984 Apple was the first company in the world to launch the first GUI OS called Macintosh. that was a revolutionary in any shape or form. yes I know some of you will remind me that the idea came from the Xerox labs, and some people will claim that Steve Jobs stole their ideas and implemented them with the mac.

to make a long story short ill say that it’s half-true since Xerox thought of the general idea but didn’t do anything with it or knew how to get it to the market, as for Jobs, well, he saw the potential and made it work through a whole new concept around those ideas.

since Apple didn’t patent their OS back then, and the software companies got access to the guts and bones of the OS so they can develop their software for the mac, one software company took one step forward and copied it to develop their own OS.

the software company is Microsoft and the OS they’ve copied  is Windows. Continue reading

iCloud is the bridge for consolidate iOS and OS X


there is a lot of rumors about the next iPhone in terms of hardware configuration like the size of the screen, cpu, memory, camera etc…

I find it not so important, since its not about the hardware, it’s about what it enables you.

I believe this discussion haven’t really happened so far. so what are the new break through that will enhance our experience and usage?

well there are a few, but I think the most important one is the standalone device strategy, that iCloud is bringing to both the iOS and OS X platforms.

iCloud will change the way that we mange our storage, apps, documents, media, and personal data.

but it’s not stopping there, Apple came up with an innovative solution to the way of using the iCloud, since they are managing their ecosystem with a stricken rules they can now offer you the benefits of enjoy it.

what do i mean by that? well let me put it that way, you don’t have to store it, just mark it. Continue reading

iPhone Pro and iPad Pro to be launched soon? hell yea!


In 1998 Apple came up with a new product strategy, that was very simple but yet powerful, and they implemented it brilliantly until today.
But since the iPhone and then The iPad came along, the post pc era has arrives and changed the industry and the product line dramatically, so it’s  seems like the product strategy has to change or at list update to feet to the current product line and the future ahead.
So ill bet that the new strategy will have the same consumer and pro market lines but it will expand to the iPhone, iPad, the future products and services.
It should look like this: Continue reading