Monday, March 16, 2009
Which iPhone 3.0 feature would you like to see the most?
Well, tomorrow's the day! Will cut and paste on the iPhone finally become a reality? How about MMS? Video recording? Flash? Maybe A2DP? Tethering? Ok, that's a little crazy, we know A2DP and tethering aren't going to happen, and Flash looks to be on the outside looking in. Video recording is feasible but probably won't be implemented because it would drain the battery quickly and probably crash the iPhone inordinately. MMS is a real possibility but not a lock. Cut and Paste has to happen. It just has to. Apple would look so stupid going through three iterations of mobile OS X and ignoring one of the most fundamental aspects of modern computing. Everything else is gravy in my mind. I don't care if flash ever comes to iPhone, considering how long it took them to get mobile Safari right without Flash. I don't use MMS, although I know a lot of people who do so Apple would be wise to implement it. A2DP is for a handful of people who hate wires so much they don't mind looking like complete idiots while they listen to music. Video recording would be nice, I have to admit, although let's be honest here: it would look crappy, the sound would be worse, and YouTube would be inundated with even more drunken debauchery then was previously thought possible. iPhone sans video recording maybe a good thing. Tethering would be great for road warriors but come on, you know AT&T won't approve. With the data plan at 30 dollars a month though, we damn well ought to be able to tether! Guess we'll just have to wait for tomorrow to find out what we get. See you then!