Apple’s path to Platform Confluence


Updated on July 6, 2020
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4 min well spent

Apple’s first ever remote WWDC last week emphasized three big shifts:

  1. The shift from in-person events to online keynotes
  2. Apple’s shift to its own chips
  3. Apple’s platform Confluence

That online keynote and format was fantastic. It makes you question why they needed an audience in the first place.

The shift from Intel’s chips to ARM was a long time coming and will take about 2 years to complete. It makes sense for an integrated system such as the iPhone, iPad, or Mac.

The Platform Confluence is a trend that has increased with Apple’s focus on services. But one thing at a time.


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