Monday, December 17, 2012

Top Five predictions for Apple in 2013

2013 is just about a couple of weeks from now and everyone is wanting to know what is in the store for the consumers, users and the businessmen.

Well, here we go with predicting things for he new year 2013. And we start wit Apple - the iPhone 5 creator which made ripples with its long drawn patent battle with Samsung and also for its competition with Samsung Galaxy S3.

In one of the previous posts, we talked about the superamacy of Samsung S3 over iPhone. Now in the coming year, Apple should be doing smething to regain ints lost ground and get stock of the lost profits.

C|net has predicted five areas where Apple may be bringing about something new, different or an upgradatiosn. These five areas are:
  • Apple TV, take four
  • More settling with rivals
  • iRadio
  • Small maps improvements, but big investments
  • Siri out of beta
Of all above, is the Siri, which is year old and is showing signs of aging.  Apple gave the voice assistant some new tricks with iOS 6, but Google made the service look slow and clumsy as part of its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update. That software feature, which later trickled over to Google's search app on iOS, served up answers faster and often with more useful results.

So what can Apple do? Expect a big speed boost and integration with more third-party apps and services. There are also signs Siri might be headed to more places, like Apple's Mac and Apple TV platforms, predicts John Lowensohn of C|net.

Read more about it at: C|net

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