Why Yesterday’s iPhone Announcement Wasn’t As Mindblowing as the Last One

I was thinking about my last post. I wondered if I’m being too critical of the iPhone, which is still a wonder of consumer electronics. Then I came across Michael Hyatt’s recent blog post, which sums up what I was thinking in the background. Apple, rather than blow people away with the new iPhone, merely met their expectations. The iPhone, by any other standard, is still an amazing device, and yet compared to the original iPhone announcement, iPhone 2.0 seems bland. This also goes to show you why for some reason, Apple does best when they don’t listen to anybody but Steve Jobs. This methodology would not work for any other company, but for some reason, it does for Apple.


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