Wednesday, January 27, 2010
For my 150th post, I tell you one thing.
I was right. I told you. A big flat iPhone. Sure the black strip didn't go all the way across, but I can be wrong every now and then right? Else my perfection just gets a little boring. I can't wait to get my hands on this thing.
Thank you again, Steve.
Posted by SkippyThorson at 11:26 PM
Friday, January 22, 2010
Oh, have I missed this place - but hark; I come bearing gifts of good news.
Jobs' and Ive's design ideas were spot on the first time around. The metal back of the first iPhone was a hit on all design fronts: simple, elegant, bold yet subdued. The only problem was that it was almost too flat, if you can believe that.
Too flat or too thin? iProducts? Never! No such thing, right?
That same form factor is coming back. Albeit, with more tapered edges, like the MacBook Air, you're going to see a giant iPhone next Wednesday. Until you actually turn on the device, it will look exactly like a wider, longer iPhone. From the glass and black front, to a metal bezel, to the anodized aluminum back - complete with that black plastic strip across the length of the device.
Ever see that story about the iPhone that got run over by a truck? Now imagine the truck was carrying a house. That's the idea of what you're going to be seeing here. The ultimate hybrid. Something that looks just like an iPhone, but with something that looks just like OS X. The happy marriage in the middle is what we're all going to have to wait and see.
I'm right again, and you'll all see come next Wednesday. If not... Well then I'll just disappear in cowering fear for as long as I have been.
Oh, happy 2010 fellow Interweberz.
Posted by SkippyThorson at 9:18 AM