Wake me up when the iPhone 42 comes out

Dylan Tweney at Venturebeat: "Apple has entered a new phase in the evolution of its iPhone line, and you can pretty much forget about radical reinventions from now on. The iPhone is now a mature product, and as with many mature products, the chief innovations will interest chief financial officers more than tech reporters like me: Expanding to new international markets and new carriers."


  1. is it pretty? check
    do all of your pretty friends have one? check
    do you want to be pretty? check
    is it innovative? who the fff cares

  2. Yeah, without the anti-gravity and matter transmutation capabilities all those other cellphones have, why bother?

    1. ha ha, that would be sweet! it is too bad they were mostly catching up to other cell phones, though. I’d love to see them once again push the technology forward. 

      My guess is they have something else up their sleeve. Likely to do with “television” (by which I mean media consumption on a bigger screen)

  3. iPhone 5 doesn’t even stack up to the Samsung Galaxy S 3 or the Nokia Lumina and those phones have been out a while. Galaxy S 4 will blow them all out of the water when it comes out.

  4. That is so right! Real innovation and innovations will now feature in software (read apps) rather than hardware. Just like it happened earlier with Desktop software.

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