10 Biggest Concerns For Apple In 2013
#9 Figuring Out Maps
Apple’s move to cut the popular and apt working Google maps from iOS 6 met lot of criticism. Apple Maps application wasn't ready when it launched with the new OS, and it still has lots of irregularities which are in contrast to Apple’s motto of being perfect. Now with Google Maps hitting 10 million downloads in just a week of availability in the App Store, Apple's failure with this application is looking even worse. Next year, if Apple wants to make it big, it must fix its mapping service or should just leave it to Google and save itself from embarrassment it faced with its mapping fiasco in 2012.
#8 Is That TV Coming?
Apple cofounder and charismatic tech personality the late Steve Jobs once hinted that he had cracked the code for a television, and of course the rumours about Apple TV spread abound since then. The rumors got fuel when Apple CEO Tim Cook said recently that the television is an “area of interest” for his company. The expectations of the consumers were notched up to the extent of seeing the product some time in 2013. So it’s time for Apple to take a note or loose the customers to Samsung or LG.
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