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In last week’s issue, we discussed Apple’s potential outlook for the future. With this, we aimed to dispel the beliefs of the handful of cynics out there that consider Apple to be behind the times when it comes to future technologies. By ‘future technologies’, in this instance, we’re talking about the likes of artificial intelligence and machine learning. This week, we’ll delve deeper and consider how, rather than moving forward in one single direction, Apple still has a lot to offer and just how much the company is working to make an impact in a number of key industries.


Despite being a company that’s known for starting the smartphone revolution, Apple’s devices have still managed to evolve a great deal over the last 15 years or

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