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Don’t buy a promise. Buy the hardware

Apple once again reminded us that you should buy tech for what it is now and not what it could be

In the days leading up to WWDC21, the rumors of new devices and new possibilities for existing devices were numerous and detailed. Yet, none of these high hopes came into reality — neither new devices nor new S.o. C.’s were presented, and iPadOS did not suddenly become a rival to MacOS.

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Raffael Hüberli

Raffael Hüberli

A swiss enthusiast for tech, sports, writing and more. Either you find me throwing a football, skiing down a mountain or sitting in front of my computer.

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