Ron on the differences in innovation:
Most improvements are iterative innovations, but often Apple drops in what are called revolutionary innovations. Touch ID was revolutionary because it was a fingerprint scanner that actually worked and combined high ease-of-use and convenience and match it to high security. Face ID did the same.
What’s wrong with how innovations are viewed?
Here’s the problem with how technologists view such iterative and revolutionary advancements. First, they guess what’s coming. Second, they criticize what came. Third, they repeat but move the bar to the next new innovation.