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Why Apple Will Rule The Next Decade

Posted by Electric_Monkeyx from Cardiff - Published on 26/11/2013 at 09:43
10 comments » - Tagged as Sport & Leisure, Technology

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In the next few years, Apple have announced that they are going to produce a second generation of Apple TV. The new one will have new hi-tech speakers that can be situated around your room to give a high quality cinema effect.

I know some people will disagree with this, but Apple are investing in higher tech products such as iPods, iPhones and iPads. Everyone has an iPhone! Also, the new iOS.7 update has brought out better apps and gear to use on it, and on the iPods and other Apple tablets have just as good quality graphics than most other consoles. 

As well as this, the gameplay is sometimes better than games on consoles too. This is backed up by the fact that they are easily transported as they can fit into relatively small bags. Which is unlike the Nintendo 2DS which does not even fold. As the other consoles think they will last so long in the next decade. Apple know that portable tablets will be the way forward.

Apple are still going strong in producing very good computers and laptops, and there will come a time when a tablet will be able to have so much data storage and such good graphics and gameplay, there will be no need and no calling for any new consoles.

Please leave comments on any points I haven't covered, I will reply to your comments, Thank you

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10 CommentsPost a comment

HRHurley

HRHurley

Commented 30 months ago - 26th November 2013 - 20:24pm

I don't have an iPhone. Is that a bad thing...?

Pasternak

Pasternak

Commented 30 months ago - 26th November 2013 - 22:22pm

No. It means you'll be part of the resistance when they take over the world! ;)

Electric_Monkeyx

Electric_Monkeyx

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:12am

Hi me again

To HRHurley
Not having and Iphone is fine as apple will always be updating their softwear so even if you don't have one every time they bring out a new generation the older ones become cheaper so when an 'Iphone 6' comes out an Iphone 4 with 64gb will become almost as cheap as the one with 16gb when it origanly came out.
To Pasternak
Apple are not taking over the world Tescos are.
Thanks for giving me your views

samo010301

samo010301

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:17am

Hi eth
YOU ARE WRONG!
Find out why in an article coming soon...

POWR3

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:23am

I want to FLY!

Dan (Sub-Editor)

Dan (Sub-Editor)

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:24am

@POWR3

If Apple invent the iFly, I might just convert!

Electric_Monkeyx

Electric_Monkeyx

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:25am

Sam
If you leave a comment on this about this article I doubt that you have any thing to say that I can't back up.
Thanks for commenting

snazzytractorwoman

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:26am

Apple is still gonna be expensive though Eth, it's not affordable - not even for christmas presents:(

Electric_Monkeyx

Electric_Monkeyx

Commented 29 months ago - 29th November 2013 - 09:26am

See this guy agrees Apple is the future
Thanks all for commenting

simdude101 (correspondent)

simdude101 (correspondent)

Commented 28 months ago - 9th January 2014 - 18:24pm

I already own both and ipod touch 4th gen nd and ipad mini and I have to agree with you eth, Apple WILL Rule the next generation. However... I agree with Dan, if they intergrate the ifly then i might consider switching from my Nokia Lumia 520 (awesomeness all the way!) to an iphone.

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