As Apple fans and users, we always love it when an event comes because it allows us the ability to generate questions and predictions for that Apple Event. Now that the September Apple Event is over, there are still some questions Apple has yet
Now that the September Apple Event is over, there are still some questions Apple has yet to answer. Some of these questions are crucial and something that they should have answered yesterday.
- Where is the Amazon Video for Apple TV app being released?: I could understand back at WWDC 2017 where they did not have a specified date yet. However, when trying to promote the new Apple TV 4K, there should have been a release date for the Amazon Video app. We have known about the app for months and I think we are all waiting by the edge of our couches to find out when the new app will be released. This is especially important since Amazon Video now does stream the NFL’s Thursday Nigth Football games.
- Are Planet of the Apps or CarPool Karaoke getting renewed for a second season?: Planet of the Apps ended its first season in early-August and CarPool Karaoke is expected to end in October (new episodes were just added).
- Why wasn’t the iPhone 6S killed off?: I’m serious, why did Apple decide to further it along. I understand that it is still technically a good iPhone, but at the same time, it is now over two years old, which is considered ancient history in technology. Why didn’t Apple just make their new iPhone lineup the iPhone SE, iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and the iPhone X? This, to me, is a much simpler way to do this and does not make the iPhone lineup look too hectic or high maintenance.
These are just some of the questions that I have regarding the Apple Event from yesterday. Obviously there could be many more questions to come in the coming weeks, but these are the first three that came to my mind after the event.
What are your questions about the event or regarding Apple’s products this year? Comment down below and we might just do a “questions from readers” version of this.