So the other day Apple’s CEO, Tim Cook sat with Charlie Rose for an interview which is yet to be aired. And like every interview, Cook goes through different usual topics such as Steve Jobs, Apple TV, the Beats, etc. Along with those classic topics, he also speaks about the new iPhone 6, and why they chose to stay behind the competition, in the aspect of size.
Cook says that Apple chose to perfect the things, rather than just roll out a new smartphone that is just bigger. They focused on improving it, and making it a better phone in every aspect. Whether it is the display technology, or the battery technology. Apple focused on improving everything with the device that should sync with its hardware, software and the size.
But we all know that Steve Jobs did not like bigger phones. And this brings the question whether Steve Jobs would take the step of making bigger phones or not?
Cook also comments on other topics such as the recent iCloud scandal where nude pictures of the world’s most famous celebrities were leaked. He also explained why Google is their direct, biggest competitor, and not Samsung, and why Apple won’t be getting engaged in the social networking.
We can understand that Google is the biggest competitor, because of the Android OS, which is currently the world’s most famous, and heavily used OS.
The last thing that Cook comments, is that there are many products in line that are yet to be released. And most of these products will just blow the minds of their customers, and yes, these products are not yet rumored. Forget the Apple Watch, there is something much better and revolutionary in store.
So what do you think it would be? iRobots perhaps? Or maybe an iPhone that can transform into something else, or maybe used as a desktop for heavy tasks? Or virtual reality?