Reaction to Apple's most recent Worldwide Developers Conference was tepid as the show was missing any exciting news about the iPhone or the iPad, Damon Poeter writes. It even lacked Steve Jobs' trademark "one more thing" announcement. "There were no surprises," ReadWrite's Dan Rowinski wrote. Mobile expert Sascha Segan said iOS 7 borrowed from Microsoft's Windows 8, and suggested CEO Tim Cook might never replace Jobs' genius. "Maybe that makes Apple a 'normal company.' It's an incumbent, not a disruptor," Segan says.
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