Podcast: Apple iPhone 7, Watch Series 2 Launch Event

In this week’s Tech.pinions podcast Carolina Milanesi, Ben Bajarin, Jan Dawson and Bob O’Donnell discuss Apple’s recent product launch event with detailed analysis of the iPhone 7, Watch Second Edition, and AirPods.

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Bob O'Donnell

Bob O’Donnell is the president and chief analyst of TECHnalysis Research, LLC a technology consulting and market research firm that provides strategic consulting and market research services to the technology industry and professional financial community. You can follow him on Twitter @bobodtech.

29 thoughts on “Podcast: Apple iPhone 7, Watch Series 2 Launch Event”

  1. An observation as a long time listener to the podcast and a Techpinions subscriber.
    Every time Bob O’Donnell talks about Apple he always does the same thing, he acknowledges what Apple has done but then adds he’s “concerned” or “worried” that what ever new thing Apple has done won’t drive growth, that they’ve somehow got it wrong, missed the mark. For any other company, Intel, Microsoft, etc or new device like 2in1s he finds the development under discussion “interesting” even if he acknowledges they may not succeed. The difference is that he comes off constitutionally negative about whatever Apple is doing even while he’s generally upbeat about most other companies and products

    My take on this is he doesn’t get Apple as a company, doesn’t trust it and doesn’t believe that Apple knows what it’s doing. I don’t have a problem with people who don’t care for Apple or its products, the Internet is full of them. If I want Apple negativity I can read The Verge.

    But when I want more than Verge like hipster analysis driven by market share and quarterly growth POV I expect someone to understand the company of which they speak. Episode after episode Carolina, Jan and Ben show a deeper grasp of Apple’s unique long term strategic approach about their products and market, how and why they position their products as they do. For this one listener and subscriber, it’s getting tiresome Bob.

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