Saturday, July 30, 2011

iPhone 6

I know, the iPhone 5 hasn't even been announced yet - but I already can't wait for the iPhone 6. History tells us the 5 won't likely be anything spectacular. Apple is known for their annual product release cycles, but traditionally it's every two years the hardware is truly updated. Every other year it is just a recycle of the previous product. And I am betting by the time the iPhone 6 comes out in the summer of 2012, it will:
  • replace your wallet and credit card
  • replace your GPS
  • replace your PSP or Nintendo DS
  • replace your e-reader
  • replace your standalone iPod
  • replace your house key
  • replace your car key
  • and likely, between it and your iPad 3, replace your laptop.

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