Jason Snell thinks it’s hard not to believe that there are some big iOS inspired changes on the horizon.
Apple is no longer the company you thought it was. Its recent deals show that the company is serious about relying on other revenue streams besides hardware sales.
What can Apple do to improve the iPhone, iPad, and iOS in 2019? Jason Snell has a few ideas.
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