While we may not know when the next iPhone will be available, we can dream and pursue leads on what may disclose future features of the iPhone. One of these leads is from PayPal‘s own Chief Security Officer, Michael Barrett.
For years now, the guys at One Infinite Loop have been churning out breakthroughs in technology. In the most recent years, every shiny new Apple product has been out performing the competitors in hardware design, but the Mac and iPhone’s software has been lacking a little. So what’s next?
Hi, I’m Arron (@ArronHirst). Some of you know me personally, others know me best for founding this site. The following is the condensed story of the last year of my life. I’ve been wanting to write this post for some time, and I think now is the right time to both write and share it with you all. So, here it goes …
Making a rather valid point, the CEO of BlackBerry, (formerly, Research In Motion), says that the user interface on Apple’s popular smartphone – the iPhone – is now just calling for a revamp, with the smartphone having already passed its 5-year anniversary with little overall change to its user interface.