When creating a new gadget, it is tempting to create even more while adding functions after functions to it. But as Apple has demonstrated, it is sometimes better to have less. What if a new feature or function increases the value of your mate book, or does it devalue something?
As an example, the addition of a microphone to calling via your wrist would mean the mate book wouldn’t be as water-proof as one that does not have a microphone. In the same way, attaching the clip-on at the rear of your mate book will allow convenience, but at the expense of increasing the weight. Which is the better option? There are always compromises that must be made, and it’s an art of balance. The most successful products will have the ability to select the features that consumers want and remove the ones that add nothing but the appearance. If nobody wants to chat with the mate book, then why should it be included?
Notifications are an integral part of the matebook 14 benefit. To begin with, they need to be reliable and be pushed out to the user when needed. If notifications are frequently missing, users will not be able to trust the mate book and will be forced to keep checking their phones, thereby negating the goal of the mate book. In addition, notifications must be informative and easily accessible. There should be enough information available on display without becoming too overwhelming. One problem with has to do with the fact that it shows only the most recent notifications, which limits the useability of the device.
Finally, reliability is a vital aspect. Because mate book function as tiny computers that run the operating system, they also could crash or even freeze, just like our computers do. For smartphones with smart features, such as the iPhone, connecting it to a PC and synchronizing with iTunes generally solves the issue. However, since mate book aren’t able to perform the same function as a computer, which is to sync directly with computers via the hardware connection, they must have a method of self-rebooting to restore functionality or, at a minimum, be able to get the basic functions such as the mate book’s display and Bluetooth functioning. Imagine you’ve bricked your mate book and could not make it restart.
One thing I love with Agent is its use of redundant systems to minimize the risk of damaging the mate book. To begin, it makes use of two memory banks for the firmware to serve as a failsafe and also a second processor that can bring the mate book back into recovery mode. This will give you the assurance that everything will be well even when something goes wrong with your mate book.
Apps offered a way for third-party developers to enhance the capabilities of the iPhone. In reality, with the many third-party developers in the world, new apps and functions are added more quickly and at a higher quality than what manufacturers themselves are able to do. However, keep in mind that manufacturers must concentrate on core operating systems and hardware development, too, so the development of these apps ought to be left to outside developers.