Drop it. Leave your phone behind. See how much more you can get out of walking through your life.
Apple has surfed along on the laurels of the iPhone for over 10 years now. And Tim Cook has done a fine job of keeping the supply lines going. But innovation and customer-focused successes like the iPhone or the iMac are not as easily found these days. Sure, the watch is a hit, but it’s […]
Okay, I splurged and got the 7 Plus with 128 gigs of ram. Woohoo! And so far… I’m thinking “no big deal.” Yes, it’s a bit faster than my original 6. Yes, it’s bigger, but I’m still not sure I like the larger form factor. (It’s harder to text with one hand.) And yes, the […]
But the real jury is still out. Am I having fun? Am I spending more time thinking about my phone than I want to? Would I take my Blackberry Curve back? And what if I had an option for an iPhone 4. What would that be worth? What’s it gonna cost me to get out of my contract? Decisions for the future. For now Froyo and I are still getting to know one another.
Even if this visualization is not real, you know it will be here soon enough. We waited for the iPhones appearance for 2 years. And look what that has done to the market. Now come the apologists for the other manufacturers who will say, “Apple is late to the netbook game, Apple will not be a factor… ” And all I can say is goodnight and good riddance to a category that needed to be put to sleep.
So it’s hard to imagine at this moment, for many people how the iPad is going to matter. But doubt not the iPad as you may have doubted the iPhone in the past. Here’s why: It’s a HUGE IPHONE.
And then I noticed, during a hellacious flight sequence to San Francisco and the 5 onboarding/offloading times, that the ratio of BBs to iPhones in First Class was about 10-to-1. So in the main cabin the iPhones were all over the place, but in the affluent class the BB ruled. Was I missing something?
At a team building off-site some time ago, I was joined around the table by 8 colleagues for a nice (re: costly) lunch. A social thanks from our manager. While most of the members of my “close” team were at different tables, we tried to make the most of our lunch by chatting amongst ourselves. […]