Apple has recently announced the iPad 2. But, I guess you already knew that unless you’ve been living under a rock. It truly is a thing of beauty. Sleek, cool, ingenius and updated. All this just 9 months after Apple revolutionised the post-PC market with the original iPad.
Apple always seem to do this. They bring out a great, ground breaking product and a few months later there’s an updated version that you just have to have. Some people have classified this as arrogant, and on my worst day I would tend to agree. But on my best days I like to think of Apple as the model business. Always innovating, always adapting and always perfecting.
I love(d) the iPad, I love the iPad 2 and I love Apple. They are constantly pushing the barriers of convention, design and performance with great success. And, whilst I may not always have the capital to be an early (or late!) adopter of their products, I love them and I will continue to be a fan and consumer of Apple products for as long as they keep pushing the boundaries.
So, what say you? Do Apple innovate too regularly and are they arrogant as a result? Or, do they innovate to push the boundaries and bring out ground breaking products that people love?