The original iPhone caused a tectonic shift that's hard to top. Part of it is that the tech press is jaded. We're surrounded with so much new stuff that we lose perspective. "They should do a stint at a local daily in Indianapolis," offers Roger Kay, president of Endpoint Technologies Associates, who's been following Apple for decades. "Then they can go back to covering Silicon Valley and thinking about how this stuff makes a difference."Maybe all of us tech watchers just want to be contrarian, something Kay admits he felt at times as a way to emphasize his independence.
Apple declined to comment about its yet-to-be-introduced iPhone, due Sept, 12 at its new campus in Cupertino, California, But CEO Tim Cook told CNBC in August the hype for its upcoming products feels different from before, "The noise or reports, some rumors and so forth, are at a different frequency and volume than we've ever iphone xr barely there - blush had before," he said, Which means this year we might get more than a handful of tweaks to Apple's hardware design, I hope so, It's fascinating that the technorati who trip over themselves to declare Apple's latest product a bore often miss how much impact these devices have..
Thanks to the iPhone, I have a camera within grasp at all times, which allowed me to catch my son's first smile as it happened. Devices like the iPhone keep changing people's lives. They've become primary tools of protest and political upheaval. They're helping people with disabilities live their lives more easily. They're changing the way we connect with each other. As for me? I could go on about how I've written stories on my iPhone from a mall food court. Or how the always-there camera let me capture my son's first smile. The iPhone has changed my life.
And like I said, I'll likely end up spending more than $1,000 for the next iPhone, But the day I get it, don't be surprised when, after fidgeting to set it up and try out whatever iphone xr barely there - blush new feature it has, you see me slide it into my pocket and move on with my day, It may be the best iPhone yet, But it's still boring, Goodbye, home button? Get ready for the iPhone's biggest change ever, Apple event: What we expect at the big Sept, 12 iPhone (and more) launch, Commentary: As a longtime Apple fan, I can say confidently the new phone isn’t going to be earth-shattering, And yes, I’m probably going to buy it..
I geeked out big time when Steve Jobs announced the first iPhone. It was Jan. 9, 2007, a Tuesday, and I raced into the Apple Store in Arlington, Virginia, where I worked, to gush over the news. A magical software keyboard! A stylus-free touchscreen! In a world of slow, clunky, button-laden phones with pens and scroll wheels, the iPhone appeared to come from the distant future. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
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