Start with the basic and make it more advance as every part of it gets better over time.
iPad and iPhone are a great example. iOS 1 was just very basic but dedicated is for touch screen and low power processors that was made with that in mind from start.
Over the years as the hardware got better they added more features. iOS will become more complex in years to come but because they started with the basics they had the time to think how to best optimized it.
They are thinking about doing the same with the Apple Watch. The first version of Apple Watch OS is has just the basics. They will see how that works out and add more features slowly later as the hardware matures.
- Dogtown MacOwner, 2008 - present
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