Technical journalists do not have access to Apple's roadmaps, but they have a good idea of what could help us with new hardware and Apple's new software. Where: wish lists.
Wish lists are fascinating. Sometimes the author is guilty of being interested. Or maybe the author is not deep enough in a specific area to make recommendatis. However, from my experience, the best technical journalists of today have very good ideas what their readers need. After all, readers (and podcast listeners) tell authors as well, or maybe more, about Apple. Maybe that's because reporters easily engage their readers.
In any case, I find it useful to see what intelligent writers think, even if Apple engineers have cstraints, other ideas. So. Here we are
Some beautiful wish lists
- MacRumors: "iOS 12 Wish List: MacRumors readers can be viewed in the next versi of iOS."
- MacRumors : "tvOS 12 MacRumors Features Readers Want to See Added to Apple TV in 2018."
- MacWorld: "macOS 10.14: Improvements as the Operating System Mac of Apple could use. "
- MacRumors: " macOS 10.14 MacRumors Readers Hope to see in the next versi of macOS. "
- AppleInsider: " Wish List: Nine Features That We want to see in a refresh of iMac at the WWDC 2018. "
- PC Magazine :" MacBook 2018: our wish list. "
These are the main es I've found, and that's a lot of material to digest. So …