• A faster quad-core processor
• Wireless charging
• LTE and NFC support
• Better security
• Serious Siri: “Siri will hurt Google’s search dominance and will change the way we interact with all our objects, not just our iPhone. If the system takes off, then it isn’t too hard to imagine Apple producing connected domestic devices controlled — even remotely — by your voice,” Evans writes. “Home lighting systems, washing machines, even your coffee pot all seem likely recipients of this kind of solution. Indeed, I’m hearing of some early examples of products of this kind at CES 2012.”
Much more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Fred Mertz" for the heads up.]