We have heard several rumors and speculations of Apple’s next generation iPhone.
But when Walt Mossberg, author and creator of the weekly Personal Technology column in Wall Street Journal and one of the most influential technology journalists, comments about Apple’s new iPhone then you have to take notice.
In the review, he has made some interesting comments about Apple’s new iPhone:
"Whether the Pre is better than the iPhone depends on your personal preferences, though I'd note that the new iPhone to be unveiled next week will have lots of added features that could alter those calculations."
“Apple has both a new iPhone operating system and new iPhone hardware coming, likely available within a month, that could obviate many of these advantages.”
“Apple already has announced it’s adding MMS, universal search, and copy and paste. And, although Apple hasn’t announced any new hardware features, I expect to see an iPhone with up to 32 gigabytes of memory, video recording, a higher-resolution camera, a compass, and greater operating speed.”
“Apple isn’t likely to match two of the Pre’s big advantages: multitasking and a physical keyboard.”
These comments made by Mossberg are in line with the rumors, we have heard about Apple’s new iPhone.
With just 4 days to go for the WWDC, we will find out soon.
I just can’t wait for Monday. How about you?
[via All Things Digital]