I can’t believe the hype being given to iPhone. Even some of my
blindly-loyal pro-Microsoft friends and colleagues talk like it’s a
real innovation and will “redefine the market” or “usher in a new
What!?!? […] I just have to wonder who will want one of these
things (other than the religious faithful). People need this to be
a phone, first and foremost. But with 5 hours of battery life? No
keypad? (you try typing a phone number on that screen, no matter
how wonderful it is — you will want a keypad). And for all that
whiz-bang Internet access, you absolutely need the phone to work,
immediately, every single time. Will it do that?
So please mark this post and come back in two years to see the
results of my prediction: I predict they will not sell anywhere
near the 10M Jobs predicts for 2008.
I bookmarked it and I’m back to see the results.