There’s a bit of a consensus building post WWDC: Apple has grown up, and it’s great.
But is it great? Is it possible that something essential has been lost? After all, a lot of the praise being heaped on Apple and Tim Cook was once used for another company – Microsoft. In this episode we examine what it is that makes Apple unique, and why things might turn out different this time – and why they might not.
In addition, we discuss the end of privacy and what might be done about it.
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- John Gruber: Only Apple – Daring Fireball
- Ben Thompson: Tim Cook is a Great CEO – Stratechery
- Ben Thompson: What Steve Jobs Wouldn’t Have Done – Stratechery
- James Allworth: The Real Threat that Samsung Poses to Apple – Asymco
- John Gruber: The New Apple Advantage – Daring Fireball
- Ben Thompson: If Steve Ballmer Ran Apple – Stratechery
- Microsofter – New York Times
- Steve Jobs’ Stanford Commencement Speech – Stanford News
- Ben Thompson: Privacy is Dead – Stratechery
- Actual Facebook Graph Searches – Tumblr