Apple’s Promise on Services

Apple's promise on services has become clearer recently. I'm still thinking about the impacts of the last Apple keynote on services. Not easy to wrap my head around all the consequences and meanings. But some real analysts get it way more than me. Here is Benedict Evans on Twitter recently (emphasis is mine): The old... Continue Reading →

On Apple (Supposedly) Lacking Ideas

Look who is writing this "objective" piece on Forbes (warning, web site full of ads popping up everywhere, all kind of ads), Billy Bambrough, a believer in cryptocurrencies according to his disclaimer at the end of the article: Disclosure: I occasionally hold some small amount of bitcoin and other cryptocurrenciesBilly Bambrough Now, on the article... Continue Reading →

Apple Card: Another Disruption

Bob O'Donnell writing for Techspot: As big companies in other non-tech industries are going through what many like to call “digital transformation” and morphing into tech-driven organizations, tech companies are starting to look the other direction. They’re observing these trends in traditional industries and recognizing that those industries are now even more ripe for disruption... Continue Reading →

On Apple Card Spending Categories

Apple Card announcement this week was a great surprise even if the rumours started to mention it a few weeks before the keynote. One thing that I don't like at all about it is the spending categories graph on the main view of the Wallet app. Transactions are being categorized automatically with Apple Card These... Continue Reading →

On Apple Fixing Others Problems

The Apple Card is probably the star of the keynote this week. Reactions abound. This is probably not the best credit card on the market but I suspect it will get a lot of traction. And one reason for this is the simple fact that Apple is trying to fix problems with current credit cards... Continue Reading →

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