Jim Dalrymple has some interesting observations on the type of criticism Apple seems to be attracting, from their Pro apps to the Apple Watch. What are the expectations, who’s setting them, and who’s judging them? Jim tells us where he stands, talks about Apple’s place in the music production industry and how he’s using Apple Watch to improve his health.
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Jim Dalrymple is the founder and Editor in Chief at The Loop. You can follow him on Twitter, you can follow his alter ego, The Beard as well, or join Jim Dalrymple Fans on FaceBook. He is a guitar player and dog lover who has been reporting on Apple for almost 20 years. You can find his blog at Sometimes I say things.
Banjo cover of â€˜The Final Countdown’ on The Loop