When the iPhone 7 was recently unveiled without the traditional headphone jack, they said they were able to develop it due to courage. But for courage to take place, there must first be a reason to take a step forward in the first place. So, how exactly were they courageous with the new iPhone 7 and was their ‘courage’ correctly placed on modifying the headphone jack? Could there have been a different function of the iPhone that was changed instead of the headphone jack to give users a better experience? Maybe. Was the headphone port changed only for the sake of change? Maybe. They also wanted to make the iPhone thinner, but did the iPhone actually need to become thinner? It’s a maybe again. Was it solely (If you have any better feature ideas than a new headphone port, I’d love to hear your ideas in the comment section below.) But the only way to answer all of these questions is by looking at what the market does, because when innovation is done correctly, it always shows up in the response of customers, which of course translates to more sales. Of course, we can’t know what will happen with sales until Apple actually releases their new phone, but what we do know is that Apple was willing to not play it safe, and that is what has my attention. [Read more…] about iPhone 7: At Least Apple Is Willing to Try Something New
i’m sure most of you love technology.
you’re probably reading this post on a mac. at least i hope you are. 😉
this is a glimpse of what could be in 2014. it reminds me of the stuff in the movie, minority report.
yes, i love that movie. and yes, i’m a tom cruise fan.