iPhone 4 and Apple Innovation
IPhone 4, the first true smartphone from Apple?
Steve announced at WWDC keynote 2010 (The Apple developer conference) characteristics of the new iphone, iphone 4. The new phone offers more than an iPhone update. Apple will finally launch a completed version of his telephone. The new features are important: HD camera on the front, considerable increase in autonomy (6 h in web mode), very significant increase in graphics quality, adding a gyroscope . additional software are not neglected: a new OS multitasking, imovie to mount directly on iphone videos, a video chat application and . icing on the cake, the price will fall.
In short nothing to complain, quite the contrary. However I cannot help asking myself the question. Other versions of the iphone they were not beta versions? Did you try to use more than two hours your iPhone 3G or datas in web mode, not the battery quickly falls flat. And video, not terrible or absent until now. It must therefore be 4 versions to Apple for finally making a true multimedia phone (smartphone).
I call this the logic of the beta version which is common in the world of hardware.
Remove incomplete products, almost unusable for some to fill the market, Based on the fans who are willing to pay for innovation, and then you are basing your early success to the real finished product. In defense of Apple, it must pay to innovation in order to start the fund and advance the development thereafter. In addition, if the first iPhone is a beta version in terms of functionality, they are butted in the operation, previous versions have encountered few major bugs or malfunctions.
Conclusion, especially if you do not hurry, do not buy the IPAD, I dare not even imagine what will happen in a few months for Apple’s second version (a camera, 300 g less, a screen 3D?). Unless you do not dream of reading your books on this beautiful screen. Apple has still sold 5 million books in 65 days.
Beware also of early versions of electric vehicles that are coming out this year, I wonder if the automakers are now adopting the same logic of the beta version.