The iPhone 5 will continue to make major headlines until it’s announced and subsequently launched. And while everyone is anxiously anticipating the next magical device, there is a growing number of potential upgraders that’s hoping it’s not the same minute upgrades like that of the iPhone 4S. Don’t get me wrong, the iPhone 4S is a great device (Apple’s best iPhone yet), but as many witness the leaping changes in Android devices, it’s almost incomprehensible to think that some major changes aren’t coming. So much so that Business Insider’s Steven Kovach laid out “Everything Apple Must Change Before I Buy An iPhone 5”. Now while I can’t agree with everything Kovach states, I’m on the bandwagon.
So what are these changes Kovach has asked to be changed before he buys the iPhone 5? Check them out below and let us know if you agree or disagree:
- It’s time for Apple to finally adopt 4G
- A 4-inch screen
- It should play HD video
- A faster processor for better graphics and speed
- It also needs more memory
- Multitasking is still pretty awful on the iPhone
- After two years, it’s time for a fresh design
- Better battery life
- Built-in integration with Facebook, LinkedIn, Dropbox, and other popular web services
- Fix iMessage!
All in all, this looks like a pretty good list of wants/needs. Whether or not we see all of them is anyone’s guess. Let’s just hope Tim Cook delivers big on his first major iPhone release. For more on each “change”, check out the source link below.