The iPhone already has two screen sizes: 3.5" and 4"It is a mystery why Apple would suddenly add two more screen sizes to the iPhone range at once?4.7" and 5.5"Will this device still be called an "iPhone"? Or is it the new iPod?
Do people really want a bigger screen? Or do they want to simplify their subscription plan to just one device?I believe the innovation is not a bigger screen but a simplified subscription model with the carriers: Have one subscription fee that gives you access to various sized screens. E.g. the iPhone, iPad mini, iPad Air … your subscription fee shouldn't be tied to one device. Instead it should be determined by the data you use across your various devices?This would be a...
Please correct me, but someone at Microsoft told me that Apple's iCloud is making use of the Azure servers?
So I am a bit surprised that Apple got such a high ranking. Which I would be genuinely happy about if true.
Here's my guess: iPhone mini = 3.5", taking design clues from the iPhone 5CiPhone = 4.7" replacing the 4", the idea is to differentiate the bigger iPhone from the original size. iPod (Touch) = 5.5" , targeted to gamers. Definitely not a phone anymore.
To be fair, they should picture the phones with a hand to give us an idea of the scale. One will notice how ridiculous a 5.5" phone looks like.
Could it be that the screen sizes are meant for the iPod Touch instead? Unlike the iPhone you don't hold an iPod Touch next to your head … .
You are mistaken. It was Steve Jobs who urged Isaacson to also highlight the parts of his Life where he was "not very proud of".You are also misquoting Isaacson. He indeed said that Apple is not the greatest innovator in the world right now. Google is. However, he added that Apple is much better than Google in implementing innovation.I'd recommend everyone reading Steve Jobs biography. It is well written and very honest, balanced book about Steve Jobs life. Even Jobs wife...
If she really is that confident about her book. Why does she need to quote Walter Isaacson's on the front cover?
To me it feels like Walter wanted to do her a favor back as she might have helped him out with the research of his book about Steve Jobs. It is a human act of kindness which she clearly took advantage of (by ostentatiously putting it on the front cover). It doesn't add to the credibility of her book.
I agree with Tim. She fails to grasp the essence of...