Apple’s first ever remote WWDC last week emphasized three big shifts:
- The shift from in-person events to online keynotes
- Apple’s shift to its own chips
- 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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