John Moltz su Macworld risponde a chi si aspetta una novità dietro l’altra da parte di Apple:
There seems to be a persistent myth that Apple churned out a groundbreaking products every quarter under Jobs. In reality, it was three years between the iMac and the iPod, another six before the iPhone was released, and then three more prior to the iPad. The fact that Tim Cook’s Apple has not unveiled a new product category since the original iPad is not a colossal fail of epic proportions. In fact, you could argue that the fact that Apple is not rushing something out the door is a sign that it’s operating its business as usual. The company is releasing products on its own schedule, not at the whim of pundits or analysts.