Apple is the fourth company the most innovative in the world
Apple has been named the fourth company the most innovative in the world by Fast Company. This is an award that has highlighted some specific aspects of the modus operandi of the colossus from Cupertino, which is thus confirmed as one of the best companies operating in the hi-tech sector.
Fast Company, in awarding the recognition, has focused on two fundamental aspects. The first is related to the processors with which are equipped the iPhone and, in general, all of the mobile devices of the “bitten apple”. As you know, in fact, Apple uses the chipset AX, designed in Cupertino, something that allows you to “sew” them to the CPU software.
It is a unique in the smartphone industry, given that the companies that design and produce their CPU's (think Samsung and Huawei, for example) are then forced to use a software made by a third-party company (in this case Android). In this sense, Google has tried to undertake a similar path with the Pixels (which has a Snapdragon processor 821, while made by Qualcomm, has been
co-designed with the colossus of Mountain View).
The second aspect is focused on the Fast Company is the attention to “health” on Apple's part, referring of course to CareKit and all the implications of software that have been created in the “apple device”. There are no doubts on the fact that the colossus of Cupertino has managed to create an ecosystem “health” is much more comprehensive than that of the direct competitor to Android, and inevitably suffer from fragmentation.
In short, a recognition of 360° for Apple, who will try to climb further this particular ranking with the launch of the iPhone 8.
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