If you are a fan of Apple products, then you might be keen on convenient innovation. Indeed, Apple focuses not just on comprehensive features, but also on developing a way for its technology to become a bit intuitive; and the more you use it, the easier it gets to use. And with that mentality, every technology the company develops continues to grow and strengthen its fan base.
UNIQUE BRAND POSITIONING
Sometimes it might seem like Apple is out on a limb—no pun intended—but that is part of innovation. If you want to be a trendsetter, you have to stay ahead of the current trends and try to not only predict what users will want in the future but also how you can adjust to shifts you might not anticipate. That is why Apple products always feel very simple, intuitive. What you might not realize, though, is that Apple is strict on its allowances and that typically makes them much safer than Windows or Android devices, whose coding is more widely available.
INNOVATION AS A BRAND
Apple has made it a point, then, to be known for innovation. It is not so much to simply create a memorable product; at least, for them. Indeed a brand must do something unique in order to be more memorable than another. As a technology company in a vastly expanding industry, to be seen as a leader, one must instinctively and deliberately set themselves apart.
LIGHTNING IN A BRAND
And Apple sets itself apart from the pack by developing things like the Primecables lightning cable. This is a USB protocol data cable that acts as both data transfer and power up connectivity. However, it is not the same as other USB cables that you might use for other mobile devices like an Android phone, Windows tablet, or Bluetooth headphones. These other devices rely on standard USB 2.0 (now 3.0) technology. Apple products use the USB Type-C connection, which is very different and, in many cases, far superior to these other types of connections.
THE PRICE OF BRANDING
But with that innovation—and the evolution of a brand—comes a higher cost of development; and that translates to higher costs to consumers. Still, if you have a problem with your Apple device you can typically have it repaired for free at a Genius store. Apple products may not be as accessible to all consumers, but they are certainly more inclusive than many might otherwise believe.