Does Anything Apple Announces at WWDC Really Matter?
On Tuesday's Market Foolery, Mark Reeth sits in for host Chris Hill and dives into the World Wide Developers Conference with Motley Fool One analyst Jason Moser and Million Dollar Portfolio analyst Michael Olsen. While the three agree that the news coming from the WWDC about Apple was less exciting than a new product release, each analyst sees some highlights from the conference so far.
Michael notes that the tech giant will streamline networking with its Home kit, yet Jason sees networking between Apple devices appealing more to the "super-user" and not to the occasional Apple user.
Then Jason and Michael talk about Apple's Health kit, and Jason explains that the technology company will work with Nike on this project. Michael adds that a wearable is inevitable at this point.
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