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When every year we join the summer highway, which traditionally begins after the WWDC, we mark the equator of Apple’s historic in terms of product and service launches. The second half of the year comes into play, and in a normal year, it is usually quite strong. In a normal year… only this 2013 has not been normal at all for the company, and a much more epic second act is expected.
The rumours , that obligatory weekly stop we make at Apple to check the state of the apple’s backroom, continue to send out the same signals that we have been warning about for months: it seems that this year, which is so different, all the rumours are very precise, a sign of a certainty that we have not known on other occasions?
However, the flexible battery could not only be used there… why not a new iPod shuffle on a wrist? It’s been the most “hookable” device on our clothes, so why not attach it to our body? Something like sports bracelets, so fashionable lately. In fact, you could even add measurement features to round out the product and set it apart from the rest of the range. Last year the shuffle was the only iPod that did not have “physical” renewal and this year Apple could surprise us with a next generation as interesting as the one I propose.
- Two new patents this week are also worth mentioning: the first one, the possible inclusion of social navigation to Apple’s maps, so that the user can send information to the system and that feedback can be used to obtain real time assessments of routes, problems, accidents and advice. The second is a further evolution of the Apple Earphones, with a dynamic microphone based adaptation system that would allow them to adjust the volume to the environment when the product detects the amount of noise surrounding the user.
- Finally, a great advance for the team of partners that could be incorporated into the AppleTV services, none other than Time Warner would be very close to closing the deal with Cupertino’s. It seems that they are closing ranks and I would not be surprised if the closing of negotiations is the starting point for a new AppleTV by the end of the year.
As you can see, the return of this year’s summer has a certain expectation of what Apple can offer us, and all this without taking into account that iOS 7 and OS X Mavericks will enter the game table as well. I invite you to think about all this while you take a dip and have a drink with good music in the background, which after all, is what summer is all about.