Is the drone and camera company DJI more related to Apple than we think?

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For those of us who follow the two companies, Apple and DJI, what I question in this article may make a lot more sense. I have been following Apple for more than 10 years, however I entered the world of DJI, a leading company in the sale of drones, with a stabilized camera called OSMO, after which I acquired the OSMO Mobile and after which I got into it with a Mavic Pro drone and recently with DJI Goggles and the new OSMO +.

So far we can say that the only thing you can deduce is that I like both Apple and DJI for the quality of their products. I am doing some video tutorials and I have decided that DJI's bet is correct.

However, for some time now, I have been noticing that DJI and Apple's way of selling is very similar. The products of both companies are taken care of to the maximum, their packaging is thought to detail and the minimalism in them is palpable. For all this, I began to suspect that DJI is more related to Apple than we think.

Well, if the suspicions I had were not enough, agreements between DJI and Apple appear overnight so that drones and stabilizers for the iPhone can begin to be sold in their Apple Store, which has already set the spotlight in the drone company as a possible Apple subsidiary in those types of products. To curl the curl, DJI has released a special edition of your Mavic Pro drone blank being much closer to Apple's philosophy.

Seen all this ... Is it more related to Apple than we think? Will DJI be the company with which Apple is testing everything to do with VR and is therefore diversifying with fully compatible video recording products? Apple standard?


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