I believe the M7 ‘motion co-processor’ will be a key element of the yet to be announced iwatch. I think we will also see a biometric co-processor, ‘B7’ and a very, very low power CPU variant of the A7.
Unless they put the battery into strap, there’s not much space for it. Thus, in order to get multi-day, always listening, battery life, there needs to be some advances. I believe apple has a better chance of achieving this thru CPU design rather than battery design.
I am thinking that Apple may be coming out with new Mac “Pros” in the near future.
Last year, Tim Cook announced that Apple takes professional users very seriously and will have "something really great" for them in 2013.
Many professionals and journalists have posited that Apple no longer cares about professionals. Well, obviously, this shows that they care about professionals to some extent. Is this an about face? Was this their plan all along? Does apple think that professionals and non-professionals can use the same software? I know that some professionals are skeptical.
I am really interested to see where this is headed. Creative professionals are the heart and soul of Apple’s customer base - and an extremely vocal minority. If this is more than just a half-hearted marketing exercise, it bodes well for Apple and it’s brand image.
Oh, and I would love to see a modular Mac Pro.
Both overheard this morning.
I don’t have a penis. I am a girl.
My 2 1/2 yr old son proclaiming that he is not a boy. To be fair, he is around girls all the time and all his close play friends are girls. But I will be monitoring closely. =)
Elliot, you can flush the toilet when I am finished.
Our 4 yr old neighbor (girl) nonchalantly discussing with Elliot as she leaves for the bathroom. Nothin to add here.
My former teammates at Business Logic launched the WSJ Portfolio Tool today. The portfolio tool is built upon the stellar LikeAssets product. Kudos to the team. It has been a long time coming, but it’s a terrific product and I know it will help many people see their financial situation more clearly. I am excited to see what else they have up their sleeves.
One of my co-workers has a really informative blog. Although he lives in the Ukraine, he is working on his English and most of the posts are in English. As it turns out, his English is often better than mine.
In addition to being a terrific developer, he is really interested in open source projects and sharing his knowledge. If you are a developer, please check out his blog. I am sure you will learn a thing or two. He actively responds to comments and I am sure he is up for suggestions on future posts.
My development team at TMXCredit has created a new technical blog which provides, and will continue to provide, tips and tricks about ruby, rails, postgresql and other technologies.
We also have a number of open source projects that are in active development.
Please let us know what you think!