Tim Cook and Apple keep talking about entering into new product categories. Analysts and the media alike have been going wild with speculation on what that means. But what about categories that Apple already has products in?
I’m talking about Apple products that some of us use every day but really are not all that exciting to talk about. Products that if done right could help usher in a new era of making cloud-based services more personal and closer to home.
Debuting on July 21, 1999 at Macworld New York, the first Airport Base Station brought Wi-Fi into the home the Apple way. Since that time, the Airport has added improved security, the ability to share files and back up your computer, connect printers to your network, and even stream music throughout your house. But is that enough? The following are a few examples on how Apple can…
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