I love the artwork that was chosen for this article :) lucky for those developers I guess.
OMFG, IPHONE4S WITH DUAL CORES AND 1GBS OF RAM.
ALSO 8MP CAMERA!!! :p
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So the iphone 4s is coming this year and the iphone5 the next or will it be this one??? :D
It's good to know they are taking gmaing seriously. I'm sure the amount of money they are making in the app store has a little something to do with this decision. So what I got out of this article is that they plugged the new processor(that will be in the iphone5) into an old phone just for developers to test? And that it's not actually going to the masses?
Now you're just mashing it!
@Drake_McNasty: Well there are rumors out there that the next iteration of the iPhone won't be radically different then it's predecessor. Maybe the iPhone 4S is the phone Apple is planning on releasing to the general public.
Apple purposely rapidly out-dates their products with small improvements, a bizarre marketing technique that is somehow remarkably successful.
I'm sure the next generation of iPhone, the 4S or 5 will be as rumored with a bump up in ram and processing power, and hopefully... maybe as the picture is hinting... Flash Support!? :O
All we can do is wait and see :)
"Apple purposely rapidly out-dates their products with small improvements, a bizarre marketing technique that is somehow remarkably successful."
This is one thing I've never understood about Apple - how they manage to convince people that a little improvement warrants ditching their old equipment and buying new (and costly!) devices. Still, ya gotta give it to 'em from a business perspective - this marketing has served Apple well and other companies haven't quite figured out how to replicate it!
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