Este correo electrónico revela lo que Steve Jobs esperaba de Apple antes de morir

Autor: | Posteado en Todo Sobre Apple Sin comentarios

Steve-Jobs

Que Cupertino (Apple) sin Jobs no es lo mismo es una frase extremadamente escuchada/leída, no nos vamos a engañar, tras su fallecimiento muchas cosas cambiaron, no obstante no necesariamente a peor. Sería una actitud hipócrita la de negar que Tim Cook está creando un buen trabajo al frente de la compañía, consiguiendo sus mejores resultados financieros de la historia y mostrando hardware(periféricos) de enorme calidad. Sin embargo, todo lo que envolvía a la figura de Jobs era bastante enigmático, hoy salía a la luz un correo electrónico que el gurú de la tecnología envió a los cien empleados más veteranos de la compañía, con una serie de indicios acerca de lo que esperaba de Cupertino (Apple) para un futuro.

Este correo difundido por Quartz es bastante enigmático, vamos a presentar la carta en inglés para que podáis haceros una idea mucho más exacta de lo que realmente quería decir, sin intermediarios. En este correo electrónico no hallamos nada sobre el Cupertino (Apple) Watch, ni sobre otros elementos de enorme calado, no obstante si vemos el camino que Cupertino (Apple) quería seguir, su rival a vencer era Android® de Google, una guerra que continua más perdida todavía que años atrás. Sin embargo, otras ideas como el Cupertino (Apple) televisión se han cumplido con creces. Parece que Jobs acostumbraba a escribir estos pequeños correos tan directos y propositos para que cada empleado sepa cuál era su lugar en la compañía y lo que se esperaba de él.

From: Steve Jobs <sjobs@apple.com>
Date: October 24, 2010 6:12:41 PM PDT
To: ET <et@group.apple.com>
Subject: Top 100 – A

Here’s my current cut.

Steve 2011 Strategy – SJ
– who are we?
– headcount, average age, …
– VP count, senior promotions in last year
– percent new membership at this meeting
– what do we do?
– pie chart of units/product line and revenues/product line
– same charts with tabletas + phones merged together
– Post Personal-Computer era- Cupertino (Apple) is the first company to get here
– Post Personal-Computer products now 66% of our revenues
iPad® outsold Mac® within 6(seis) months
– Post Personal-Computer era = more mobile (smaller, thinner, lighter) + communications + aplicaciones + cloud services
– 2011: Holy War with Google
– all the ways we will compete with them
– primary reason for this Top 100 meeting
– you will hear about what we’re doing in each presentation
– 2011: Year of the Cloud
– we invented Digital Hub concept
– Personal-Computer as hub for all your digital assets
– contacts, calendars, bookmarks, photos, music, videos
– digital hub (center of our universe) is moving from Personal-Computer to cloud
– Personal-Computer now just another client alongside iPhone, iPad, iPod® touch, …
– Cupertino (Apple) is in danger of hanging on to old paradigm too long (innovator’s dilemma)
Google® and Microsoft are further along on the technology, but haven’t quite figured it out yet
– tie all of our products together, so we further lock customers into our ecosystem
– 2015: new campus

2. State of the Company
– Peter & Tim
– FY2010 recap
– FY2011 plan
– where is our business
– geo analysis (NA, Euro, Japan, Asia, possibly break out china) (present on map)
– key milestones, trends & future goals
– comparisons with Google, Samsung, HTC, Motorola® & RIM3. iPhone
– Joz & Bob
– 2011 Strategy:
– “plus” iPhone® 4(cuatro) with better antenna, processor, camera & programa informático to stay ahead of competitors until mid 2012
– have LTE® version in mid-2012
– create low cost iPhone® model based on iPod® touch to replace 3GS
– Business & competitive update
– show Droid and RIM ads
Verizon® iPhone
– schedule, marketing, …
iPhone® 5(cinco) hardware
– H4 performance
– new antenna design, etc
– new camera
– schedule
– [CONFIDENTIAL]
– cost goal
– show model (and/or renderings)
– Jony

4. iPad® – Bob, Jony, Dan Riccio, Michael Tchao ,Randy Ubillos, Xander Soren, Roger Rosner
– 2011 Strategy: ship iPad® 2(dos) with amazing hardware(periféricos) and programa informático before our competitors even catch up with our current model
– Business & competitive actualizar – Michael
– Apps, corporate adoption, …
– show Samsung, HP(?) anf iPad® ads
– 2011 Product Roadmap
– Bob, Dan & Jony
iPad® 2
– new ID, H4, UMTS + Verizon® in one model, cameras, …
– EVT units & cases
– HDMI® dongle (use for projection of demos below?)
iPad® 3
– display, H4T
– DEMOS:- PhotoBooth (Michael?)
– iMovie (Randy)
– GarageBand (Xander)
– text book authoring system (Roger)
– working display for iPad® 3(tres) (during break)

———-

5. iOS® – Scott, Joz
– Strategy: catch up to Android® where we are behind (notifications, tethering, speech, …) and leapfrog them (Siri, …)
– Timeline of iOS® releases from first until Telluride, including Verizon
– Jasper tent poles
– Durango tent poles (without MobileMe)
– Telluride tent poles (with “catch up” and “leapfrog” notations on each one)
– DEMOS:
– Jasper: AirPlay to AppleTV – video from iPad, photos from iPhone, ??
– Durango: ?? (without MobileMe features)
– Telluride: Siri, ?

6. MobileMe – Cue, SJ, Roger Rosner
– Strategy: catch up to Google® cloud services and leapfrog them (Photo Stream, cloud storage)
– Android
– deeply integrates Google® cloud services
– way ahead of Cupertino (Apple) in cloud services for contacts, calendars, mail
– 2011
– Apple’s year of the cloud
– tie all of our products together
– make Cupertino (Apple) ecosystem even more sticky
– Free MobileMe for iPhone® 4, iPad® and new iPod® touch
– Jasper – Sign up with Cupertino (Apple) ID, Find My iPhone
– Durango
– Find My Friends, Calendar, Contacts, Bookmarks, Photo Stream
– April
– iWork cloud storage
– Telluride
– cloud storage for third party apps
iOS® backup
– new iDisk for Mac
– Growth
– projected growth, cost/user
– plan to scale to 100 million users
– transition plan for paid members
– what about email?
– DEMOS:
– Find My Friends
– Calendar
– Photo Stream
– iWork cloud storage (Roger Rosner)

7. Mac
– David Moody, Bob, Craig Federigi, Randy Ubilos & ?
– Hardware roadmap
– Lion plan
Mac® Apps Store
– Final Cut Pro DEMO (Randy & ?)

8. Cupertino (Apple) televisión 2- David Moody, Jeff Robbin
– Strategy: stay in the living room game and make a great “must have” accessory for iOS® devices
– sales so far, projections for this holiday season
– add content:- NBC, CBS, Viacom, HBO, …
– televisión subscription?
– where do we go from here?
– apps, browser, magic wand?

———-

9. Stores Update – Eddy, Patrice
– Music
– Strategy: Leap even further ahead of Google® in music
– Beatles
– iTunes in the cloud
– Apps Store
– Strategy: Leap even further ahead of Google® in discovering great new iOS® apps

10. iAds Update – Andy Miller

11. Retail Update – Ron Johnson

El capítulo Este correo electrónico revela lo que Steve Jobs esperaba de Cupertino (Apple) antes de morir ha sido originalmente anunciado en Actualidad iPhone.

Actualidad iPhone


La noticia pertenece a las fuentes publicadas arriba, no somos autores ni tampoco nos pertenece la noticia, solo somos un medio para masificar la noticia a los usuarios.


Puedes Descargar Aquí : Link de Mega

Todos los trucos para tu teléfono 2016

También puedes revisar estas noticias relacionadas.

Noticias relacionadas:

Agrega tu comentario