Stepping back for a moment, Apple’s WWDC 2014 keynote was pretty bizarre compared to past years. Yes, Apple usually announces a new product or two, but it wasn’t that. Yes, the CEO usually gets more face time on stage, but it wasn’t that either. This year’s keynote was bizarre because of what happened after the show was over: for the most part, no one complained. No well-known pundits repeatedly howled about Apple being “doomed.” No widely read bloggers whined about missing features or wrote open letters telling Apple what it “needs to do.” Developers even seemed to adore the new “Swift” programming language Apple unveiled, which came as something of a surprise to many people.
For the most part, everyone seemed pretty content with the new software Apple showed off on stage this past Monday.
Not so fast — we can always count on Forbes.
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