Fast Company attributes Apple's success in 2014 to its different software refinements that make its existing hardware more powerful. Both iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite brought many features to both developers and consumers. It’s too early to judge the long-term impact of all these features, given that they depend on what other companies do with them. Still, they’re evidence that Tim Cook’s Apple is developing its own character—one deeply influenced by Steve Jobs, but not slavishly so. Jobs, after all, was fond of boasting that Apple was the only outfit in the tech industry that was solely responsible for "the whole widget"—hardware, software, and services, all integrated into a seamless experience. With iOS 8, Apple is loosening its control over future widgets in ways that its control-freak cofounder might have rejected. But they’re putting Apple even more boldly at the center of "the whole widget" of our technology-powered lives. Fast Company named Warby Parker, the online eyeglasses website, the most innovative company in their 2015 rankings. The top 10 rankings include: 1. Warby Parker 2. Apple 3. Alibaba 4. Google 5. Instagram 6. Color of Change 7. HBO 8. Virgin America 9. IndiGo 10. Slack You can check out the full list here.