Eddy Cue, Jimmy Iovine, Apple, Beats Music, Code Conference

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In case you were wondering if Apple does indeed plan to release some new products this year, perhaps in time for WWDC early next month, Eddy Cue made an extremely confident statement about what Apple has planned. During his interview at the Code Conference, the same one where he shared some of the latest stats on iTunes, Cue just said that Apple has the best product pipeline he’s seen in over 25 years with new products coming later this year:

 I have been working with Tim since 1997. We started the online store together. Cook is extremely thorough, he has tremendous vision. He cares tremendously about building great products. Looking at the executive team, the reason we are successful is because of our focus. We are not smart enough to do 100 great things. We want to do a few incredible things, and that hasn’t changed. We’re going to keep going down that path… Later this year, we’ve got the best product pipeline that I’ve seen in my 25 years at Apple”

Video of the conversation is below:

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8 Responses to “Eddy Cue: Apple has the best product pipeline in 25 years coming later this year [Video]”

  1. I hope beats ‘technology’ never makes its way into Apple products….


  2. Keanu Reeves GIF “whoa!”


  3. patstar5 says:

    We’ll see. … Wonder if apple can make me switch back to it from android. I guess android is not getting itunes since apple bought beats music.


  4. Can’t wait to see what they have in store.


  5. tilalabubakr says:

    He is probably speaking about iWatch or the upcoming generation of Apple TV, or may a combination of Beats and iTunes.


  6. devanealex says:

    Now this is surprising! I was expecting him to tell us Apple has the worst product pipeline in 25 years