Next Ten Words focuses on in-depth analysis and critique of the personal technology industry. Every week Michael Gartenberg, Rene Ritchie, and guests go beyond the soundbite to the next ten words. And the ten after that.
Apple’s new MacBook has been updated in 2016, but the new MacBook Pros are nowhere to be found, and the Mac mini and Mac Pro haven’t seen updates in years. What’s going on with Apple’s Mac product lines? Gartenberg, Ritchie, and Bajarin discuss!
Are modern iPhones, iPads, and Macs 'good enough' that the mainstream — and perhaps even early-adopters — no longer feel the need to update? Gartenberg thinks they might be, Ritchie thinks there's lots more to come, and Caldwell... no spoilers!
With the success of Pokémon Go, the enormity of the mobile market has been made shockingly clear. Confluence of technologies? Nostalgia and brand power? Thirst for distraction? What lessons can be learned and what'll come next.
Apple's job is to make better iPhones so more people buy them faster. How does a tick, tock, tock design cycle, and removing the headphone jack fit into that? Gartenberg, Caldwell, Ritchie, and special guest Neil Cybart discuss.
Faster review times, subscriptions for every category, and search ads are the latest additions to the App Store and special guest Ben Bajarin joins Gartenberg, Caldwell, and Ritchie to discuss how much — or how little — that may help the App Store economy