Rumors about the new iPhone from last year until today have never stopped. Whether it's going to be named the iPhone 5 or "the new iPhone “, have a bigger screen? Better battery life? To celebrate this event, even there is a company called MoyeaSoft showed on Facebook who says that Guess about the new iPhone and the winner will get the registration code of the Moyea SWF to iPhone Converter! Regardless of that, everything about the new iPhone will be confirmed at 10:00AM Pacific in San Francisco tomorrow.
"An Apple logo displayed at the entrance of Yerba Buena Center for Arts in
San Francisco, Calif., where the company will hold a press event on Wednesday".
While I've seen all rumors round up about the iPhone 5, I haven't told you the question appears in my mind. Here's my own personal list of what matters most …to me.
1. iPhone 5 feature you want the most
1).Smoother Siri. Siri on iPhone 4S lets you use your voice to send messages, schedule meetings, place phone calls, and more.. But Siri could be better .The occasional errors and odd miscommunications Siri and I have when chatting are usually enough to drive me to old-fashioned typing, according to Scott Stein from cnet.
2).Wireless-charging. Some kind of wireless-charging solution is long overdue. Nokia try to keep up with Samsung and Apple in the Smartphone market with Lumia 920 which can also be charged without being plugged in; the user just places it on a wireless charging pod. So may be the new iPhone could be wireless-charging if he still want to dominate the smartphone market.
2. Will you want to upgrade to iPhone 5 in Next Year?
A new study from AYTM Research suggests that three in four iPhone owners will likely upgrade their current model to Apple’s next-generation smartphone by the end of 2013.
According to the study, those who are most likely to upgrade to a new iPhone skew younger in age — consumers ages 18 to 34 are 46% more likely to upgrade by the end of 2012 than those 35 and older
So will you want to upgrade to iPhone 5 in Next Year? May be a thinner but bigger screen iPhone with A6 professor would attract more people to upgrade it.
3.After iPhone 5 unveiling, Apple's Tim Cook must prove himself to observers
Apple has become the world's most valuable company, adding about $265 billion in value since Cook became chief executive 13 months ago. Shares have soared 76 percent, and profits continue to rise. Investors feel valued with Cook lending them an ear and handing them a dividend. But all that may not be enough.
Does Tim have the ability to lead the organization to another major breakthrough in a new product category?" said Pete Solvik, managing director of venture capital firm Sigma and a former Apple employee. " Yes, Apple's competitors are getting more and more, like Samsung and Htc in smartphone market, now the Nokia join in. And also Amazon Kindle Fire and Samsung galaxy note10.1, Google Nexus 7 tablets appears in the markert, put more pressure to the iPad.
Now he should spent more time to think about how to ensure more people to buy his product, rather than the competitors.
"At the moment, Tim Cook has proven to be worth his weight in gold," Bajarin said.
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