We have only just gotten accustomed to the latest 16-inch MacBook Pro, so what does Apple have under its sleeve for another event this year? An invite has gone out asking that the media “Join us for an Apple special event honoring our favorite apps and games of 2019.” As media claims, this seems to be a replacement for annual press release by Apple announcing a “best of” podcasts, games, apps, and more.
Since the list in 2018, it has taken a more active stand by breaking up iTunes in the media markets on the desktop, and getting into subscription section with Arcade, News, and Apple TV+, so maybe it is time for an update. We would not hope for a huge disclosure in the form of Apple’s product showcases or WWDC.
On a related note, Apple’s aim may be on its 16-inch high-end MacBook Pro currently, but Phil Schiller (marketing chief) has also chipped in on the market’s lower side—namely, how he believes it may impact students. The executive claimed to the media in a statement that students employing Chromebooks are “not going to be successful” in schools owing to the limited abilities of the systems. The devices are “affordable testing tools for needed testing” that do not inspire students properly, Schiller claimed. To no one’s shock, he thought the iPad was the “best tool” for K-12 students owing to its capability of keeping kids engaged along with tools such as Swift Playgrounds. “You require having these latest tools to assist kids actually attain their best results,” the exec claimed.
There are already a plethora of people who differ with Schiller’s evaluation, mind you. As we discovered out via the teachers themselves, Apple’s perfect and the practical reality can be two extremely different subjects. While some teachers do see value in iPads, low budgets of school frequently make them unfeasible.
Cynthia is the Global Industry News Business Department Head. She pursued a Master’s Degree in Business Administrations and is working with Global Industry News from last 3 years. She is an experienced entity with a background of a family-owned business. She can craft news on finance, current market trends, marketing, and sales with efficiency. She knows how to handle any critical situation in the department efficiently. Her robust knowledge in the Business world has always helped her to boost her career as a business news writer. Moreover, she shows active participation in all administrative activities of the Global Industry News platform. One can seek guidance from her on any issues related to the share market.