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« on: January 31, 2018, 04:05:12 pm »

It’s time for Apple to take a new approach to product releases

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<p>We’ll fix it in post.</p><p>It’s a longstanding joke in the podcast community—when somebody flubs a line or misspeaks during recording, we just kick the can down the road and repair it in editing. (For shows that actually do editing, anyway.)</p><p>But lately it’s started to seem like a more common occurrence across the tech industry, and even Apple’s jumped aboard the train. We’ve seen a number of places where Apple announced a particular feature shipping in a product—whether it be a new hardware device or a major software update—only to eventually release the product without said feature, promising it in a subsequent software update. The most recent example is the HomePod, which will lack support for multi-room audio, stereo pairing, and AirPlay 2 when it ships next month. But before that, we had iOS 11’s promised Messages in iCloud, Apple Pay Cash (which did ship in a later point release), and, again, AirPlay 2.</p><p class="jumpTag"><a href="/article/3250853/consumer-electronics/its-time-for-apple-to-take-a-new-approach-to-product-releases.html#jump">To read this article in full, please click here[/url]</p></section></article>

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