When you open a new iPhone and boot it up for the first time, you’ll notice that Apple has already installed a bunch of apps for you.
It’s a great idea, because it lets you use apps right out of the box. Even the newest, most confused user can tap on an app icon and start trying various things.
Here’s the problem: Most users don’t replace the default apps with third-party alternatives. They mostly use the apps that came with the phone.
And this is why Apple should stop making apps: The default Apple-made apps are giving iPhone users a second-rate experience.
Forget the glasses. What I really want is a Google wristwatch! This concept was envisioned by Adrian Maciburko. It's a watch that gives you access to all Google's major services, including Google+ and Google Voice Search!
It reminds me of a column I wrote about how we really need social networking wristwatches.
Do you think it's time for a Google watch?
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