Apple Takes The Crown On Fast Company’s List Of Top 50 Innovative Companies For 2018
No matter what people have to say about Apple, the company is a trendsetter when it comes to introducing new features. To support the notion, Apple removing the headphone jack in iPhone 7 is followed by other tech giants as well, such as Google in its Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL. Nonetheless, personal opinions remain personal. Apple's iPhone X boasts a distinctive design with an all-glass design both on the front as well as at the back. Fast Company has crowned Apple with the number one spot on its list of Top 50 Innovative Companies for 2018. So let's dive in to see some more details on the matter.
Apple Takes the First Spot On Fast Company's List Of Top 50 Innovative Companies For 2018
Apple was the first company to introduce the dual lens camera setup on the iPhone 7 Plus. While the camera is still capable of taking one of the best shots on a smartphone, we are also seeing other smartphone manufacturers following the trend. As we have mentioned earlier, Apple tops the list for Fast Company's top 50 innovative companies of 2018.
As for which other companies are part of it, we have shared the list of top 10 companies below. Netflix takes the runner-up position 'For mastering the smallest screen'. Apple, on the other hand, is denoted 'For Delivering the Future Today'. This further supports the coined notion that Apple takes the 'courageous' steps to be the first in the industry.
Fast Company's top 10 list includes:
- CVS Health
- The Washington Post
If you're interested in checking out the full list, you can do so by visiting Fast Company's official website. Each of the 50 companies mentioned also adds a complete 'Company Profile'. You can check out Apple's complete profile here.
There will be more to the story, so be sure to stay tuned in for more. As for now, what are your thoughts on Apple topping the list for Fast Company's top 50 innovative companies for 2018? DO you think Apple deserves the spot? Share your views in the comments.
News Source: Fast Company