Monday, June 9, 2008

iPhone 2.0

At today's keynote, Steve Jobs presented the all new iPhone to the masses. No worries, this ain't gonna be another blog post about the product as such. Instead, I want to point out how Apple managed to really listen to the their customers and improve the iPhone exactly there where it failed to meet their needs. This company's ability to gather, interpret and appropriately use feedback is state of the art.

Read the whole keynote here.


PS: This is what Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering, Bertrand Serlet, said about Snow Leopard, the next version of Mac OS X "In our continued effort to deliver the best user experience, we hit the pause button on new features to focus on perfecting the world’s most advanced operating system."


Mirek2 said...

I do realize this is off-topic, but it got me thinking about an iPhone version of OpenOffice. Are there any plans for it? I think that the iPhone really needs an office suite, and OpenOffice's early arrival could perhaps popularize it.

Christian Jansen said...

Sounds like a good idea, but momentarily there are no plans for an iPhone version. This may change, but this depends on the demand.