Originally Posted by lordikon
It was easier to innovate near the beginning of the iPhone era, it was glaringly obvious what things needed improvement. What innovations are you suggesting that they make now?
Things I would have liked to see:
- Even better battery life
- NFC charging (wireless charging)
- A larger screen (even though the size is right for most, I personally would like bigger)
None of those are revolutionary though. I'm not sure what kind of revolutionary changes everyone is expecting over 11 months since the iPhone 4S.
That in of itself is an excellent point actually.. what IS left to do that is revolutionary? Perhaps we expect Apple to show us what revolutionary is..
What I guess I wanted to see:
1. Super-high res display, Not 1156x640, but something more along the lines of a 1080p display, pushing the bounds of pixel density higher like the iPhone 4 did, at the very least give us a 720p display
2. NFC charging standard, this has been around for ages but yet I dont see it on enough devices
I'd love to just plop my phone on something and have it charge.. Apple is the perfect company to do this too...
3. Apple revolutionizing Cell Networks somehow, either announcing a partnership with one to deliver the iOS experience (Absolutely no limits on anything for a good reasonable cost) or launching their own, or even that they were working on something related to this...
Actually number 3 is the one that I would most like to see, cell networks are the problem, not the devices