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It definitely wont be in the next iPhone. It will be an older version of SGX, which will still be 1.5 - 2 times faster then current iPhone. MutiCore SGX will properly come with MutiCore ARM Cortex A9. So i 2010 in the earliest.
I wonder why Apple aren't making SSD themselves. May be they want to wait for the technology to mature a bit more? Since they are already the largest Flash buyer and gets favorable pricing from Flash manufacturers. Snapping Flash with a SSD Controller surely is simple enough to bring the performance of Mac to a new level.
We dont need a huge cube. Just the size of Double Stacked Mini. With the extra space avaible Apple could make some cost saving with componet selection.
Do we finally have it? To record our phone conversation. Other normal, non smart, or some i would classify them as stupid phone have this feature built in...... I will even pay for this apps if it is available.
I can understand PNS is much better. But how are apple going to finance it for free? Imagine billions or trillions of Alert needs to be served each month. I know it wont be expensive and Apple could certainly afford it with its huge pile of cash. But it will still be expenses.....
Syncing Notes and Email. No longer do i have to dowload those email again over the STUPIDLY SLOW Wifi and 3G connection
While PNS is so good. How is Apple going to handle the cost of it? Surely Apple will not be giving this away for free? Handling billions if not trillions of alert every month is quite a large burden.
MMS support? And finally some more Firmware fix for Connection and Reception problems.
Wasn't there a firmwire fix previously that fixes this problem?
USB3 has fixed many efficiency problem that plagued USB 2. Although there are still areas Firewire wins, the economy of scale and ubiquity makes it a big plus. The Maximum speed showed by Intel, using PRE Production Testing Hardware and Early BETA software showing transfer speed of somewhere between 340 - 380 MBps. I think that is not bad, although i was expecting 400MBps+. Intel said they could see 400MBps+ in the final version of USB 3. The only, and final problem is...
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