The famed author of ‘Good to Great’ explains how Apple’s founder was a different leader when he came back to run his company a second time.
One of my favorite longburn stories over the past couple of years is the Apple privacy drive. It’s a winding narrative, but the easiest way to sum it up is the company has made privacy one of its leading products. This has been bubbling away in the background for some time, but hit fever pitch recently with the launch of iOS 14. You can read more about the specifics of the Apple privacy offensive in its latest iPhone software here, but there’s one update that’s particularly relevant to the state of things today: app tracking and data. To put it… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Apple,Facebook,Google
What would an Apple-made self-driving car look like? We don’t know yet, but what we do know is that the company has serious plans to roll out its own electric self-driving car by 2024. Apple hasn’t officially confirmed any of the information disclosed in the Reuters reports that broke the news last week. And we are still missing many details on the company’s self-driving plans. Nonetheless, the news is significant, both for Apple and the self-driving car industry. Depending on how the situation unfolds in the next months and years, the fact that there’s a concrete date for Apple’s self-driving car… This story continues at The Next Web