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Monday, April 8, 2013

Apple moving on to iPhone 6 skipping iPhone 5S

Should Apple really skip the iPhone 5S and jump directly to iPhone 6. It would be best if it wants to simplify the naming of iPhone and avoid an iPhone that is seen as a minor upgrade.
Users need and always look for clear identification of iPhone models in terms of their features and their name also. In this sense, this idea would be best to be employed. Apple naming is too complicated, I think. And Ken Segall, a former Apple Ad man and Apple consultant agrees with this fact. I might wanna quote Segall here,
More important, tacking an S onto the existing model number sends a rather weak message. It says that this is our “off-year” product, with only modest improvements. If holding off on the big number change achieved some great result, I might think otherwise.
Yeah that’s true, and what is important is that you get the latest and the greatest and please don’t get confused with the named in case of Apple and don’t judge their devices according to previous conventions made on the basis of their names. That’s all.

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