The Guardian’s Charles Arthur offers up a handy “guide to knowing what Apple’s going to release next” and explains what to “expect in iPhone 2.0.”
• A three-megapixel camera
• WiMax (only about a 5% chance of this)
• Better Bluetooth profiles
• Voice and speed dialing
As for “what won’t be there,’ Arthur writes:
• SMS forwarding. Americans don’t understand SMS, and aren’t about to start now.
• GPS. Expensive, sucks power, imprecise, and isn’t standard on the vast majority of phones, so Apple isn’t losing by not using it.
• a cheap one.
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “The Macolyte” for the heads up.]