In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Apple CEO Tim Cook again reinforced the idea that Apple is working on new categories of products, and will not limit itself to the current device lineup. There will be new categories. We re not ready to talk about it, but we re working on some really great stuff, Cook said without revealing what kind of product Apple is working on. Also Read - PUBG New State receives over 17 million pre-registrations as closed alpha testing endsAlso Read - iPhone selling in LG stores? Apple is apparently in talks for a new deal
Apple has not introduced a new product since the iPad in 2010, with some people worrying that the lack of brand new devices will negatively affect the company s growth in the future. However, Cook tried to reassure customers that Apple is a growth company with further significant opportunities to expand the position of its existing products as well as to launch new ones. The exec said that anyone reasonable would consider what Apple is working on as new categories. Also Read - Apple CEO Tim Cook claims iOS is more secure than Android
Cook also said that his previous statements that Apple doesn t want to make the most phones out there have been misunderstood. I don t view that as being satisfied with being small or however you want to define it, Cook said. I just want to say that the macro thing for us is making a great product and we must do that. If we can t do that, we re not going to force ourselves to hit a price point that makes us produce a product that we re not proud of because we lose who we are in that. We re not going to do that.
In the other places where we are number two, I d rather be number one. And you can bet that we re working on that, he also added.
Apple is rumored to launch an iWatch smartwatch later in 2014, a product that some analysts expect to be more popular in its first year than the iPhone or iPad were in their respective first years. In the past few years, Apple has also been said to work on its own iTV television set, although the company is yet to announce such a product.