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What do you want to see with iPhone 2010?

Without a doubt and I’m sure not many would disagree that the iPhone is an impressive smartphone, however the iPhone does come with a few flaws which Apple continually polishes via updates, but the iPhone still basically the same as it was a couple of years ago reports macworld.

Now with competitors such as the Motorola Droid, Apple can’t just sit back and take it easy with the iPhone and is probably already working on the next new version of the iconic handset but what could that new iPhone bring to the table?

Since the first release of the iPhone Apple has brought new improvements with each version and thus they could take several directions with a new iPhone. Apple could for example incorporate a higher definition screen or even an OLED screen.

Apple could increase the life of the iPhone battery and maybe up the iPhone camera stakes again say to a 5 megapixel shooter to match that of the Droid. How about coming up with some wireless syncing for the next iPhone? But probably the biggest thing wanted by iPhone users in a better network service which could be gained by opening up the iPhone to other carriers which no doubt will come sometime next year.

So, all in all, thinking on what Apple could deliver with a new 2010 iPhone, what would our readers like to see in that new iPhone model?

Comments

9 thoughts on “What do you want to see with iPhone 2010?”

  1. ADV says:

    I would like to see the iphone on the verizon wireless network. That would be the best upgrade for 2010 that i could see. Come on Apple and Verizon, quit screwing around and give us what we want. AT&t doesn’t work in NM. I don’t want to have to get a DingleBerry.

  2. Darryl says:

    I would love to see a better camera with a double flash, dual mode, ablity to run multiple applications, removable battery, expansion memory slot, and a customizable home page that would look a little like the htc hd2’s…whew

  3. Ham says:

    multitasking 
    improved camera (mp and features)
    front facing camera
    event based modes
    more advanced voice control (all keyboard input)
    improved email notification/lock screen
    multiple exchange accounts
    multiple email signatures
    wireless syncing
    radio facilities
    improved notes app
    file storage/editing
    better battery
    better display/resolution
    increased memory
    Bluetooth keyboard support

    Not much really…:)

  4. Cliffy44 says:

    I am so sick and tired of all the “hype” over the I-Phone’s “apps”.

    Especially, when the top of the line HTC smart-phones featuring Windows 6.5 Mobile (Touch Pro 2, Hero, HD2) can do everfything that the meek I-Phone 3GS can do, and then, strill possess the resources to blow the I-Phone away, with way better graphics; and a replaceable removable battery.

    OR . . . How bout a hard Q-W-E-R-T-Y keyboard?

    The industry should recognize that WinMo 6.5 is superior to the I-Phone; and re-establish the priorities, when writing / producing “apps” for available handset operating systems.

    Cliffy 44

  5. Jim says:

    Cliffy44,

    If you’ve got time to comment on this blog, perhaps you can take a minute to respond to my numerous emails and text messages asking you about the Touch Pro 2 you were supposed to deliver to me but didn’t. Are you still in China? Did you ever really go? Were you ever going to refund my money? I believe the number is $550. Am I the only one whose money you’re keeping?

    -jim

  6. Gail says:

    Be able to feel the phone when it vibrates…i’m missing too many calls!
    How about fixing the networks…dropping too many calls!
    Multitask would be nice!
    Better battery life!

  7. John says:

    Jim, Cliffy44 owes you money also?

    Funny how he used the same excuse, as he told me he had to take a trip to china, he owes me $670 USD

    – John Q

  8. John says:

    I would very very much like to see Apple allow developers access to the calendar native data so developers such as iambic (a.k.a, Agendus) could create a useful calendar app for the iphone. The current calendar function is sooo basic, it is easily replaced by a pen and paper agenda and offers no real advantage to a paper agenda. The calendar function on the Pre, the Blackberry and android are all much much better.

    Secondly – a better camera – 3.2 mgapixles is so far behind anything else out there – and for crying out loud is it too difficult to provide a flash??