Posted on June 11, 2011 with 21 notes.
fastcompany:
Everything will change… again.

The introduction of Apple’s iCloud will create a tipping point that will have a profound impact on consumer software and services.



Like it or not, where Apple goes, everyone else eventually follows. It happened back in the 1980s when Apple introduced the first home  computer with a graphical user interface (GUI). Before that, consumers  had to use command lines to interact with their computers. But once  Apple introduced the GUI, other computer makers soon followed suit.



It  also happened with digital music. Sure, MP3s existed before iTunes. But  the end-to-end system soon created a tipping point. And it happened  with tablets. The hardware industry had been toying with tablets for  over a decade before the iPad. But look at the avalanche of tablets that  has since ensued.


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fastcompany:

Everything will change… again.

The introduction of Apple’s iCloud will create a tipping point that will have a profound impact on consumer software and services.

Like it or not, where Apple goes, everyone else eventually follows. It happened back in the 1980s when Apple introduced the first home computer with a graphical user interface (GUI). Before that, consumers had to use command lines to interact with their computers. But once Apple introduced the GUI, other computer makers soon followed suit.

It also happened with digital music. Sure, MP3s existed before iTunes. But the end-to-end system soon created a tipping point. And it happened with tablets. The hardware industry had been toying with tablets for over a decade before the iPad. But look at the avalanche of tablets that has since ensued.

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