T-Mobile, Sprint, and AT&T are selling access to their customers’ location data, and that data is ending up in the hands of bounty hunters and others not authorized to possess it, letting them track most phones in the country.
History is littered with products that failed to adapt to changing times and tastes. For Apple, that means signs of waning demand for its iPhone should spur an urgency to find the next act, writes columnist John D. Stoll.
There will be major new products from Apple, someday, when they’re ready. There is no rush for them. If you’re worried about Apple’s near-future success, the key is their execution on their existing products.