“One day this fall, if things occur as usual, Apple will stage a big event to introduce the next flagship iPhone,” Walt Mossberg writes for The Verge. “And, based on the events of this month, that smartphone better be great.”
“Don’t get me wrong, it’s not that I have any beef at first glance with the revamped, smaller iPhone SE that Apple unveiled this week, or with the downsized iPad Pro that accompanied it,” Mossberg writes. “But these latest iPhones and iPads don’t break much new technology ground.”
“If the smartphone category is to take a leap forward, and the iPhone is to maintain its ever-thinning lead as the best smartphone you can buy, Apple needs to impress big time in the fall,” Mossberg writes. “here are seven things I’d love to see Apple do to keep moving the iPhone — and the smartphone itself — forward…”
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MacDailyNews Take: Edge-to-edge display is high atop our list. We’d also like to see some fruit born from the Liquidmetal alliance – meaning very strong, possibly waterproof iPhones.