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Apple Reveals Next Two iPhones Were Designed Under Steve Jobs

Apple Reveals Next Two iPhones Were Designed Under Steve Jobs

Posted April 1, 2013 at 7:50pm by iClarified · 32487 views
Apple has revealed to San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón that the next two iPhones slated for release were designed under Steve Jobs, reports SF Examiner.

Gascón met with Apple in hopes to find answers on how to slow down smartphone thefts in San Francisco. He wants manufacturers to implement technology that could disable devices after they've been reported stolen. The meeting disheartened him.

“It was very underwhelming,” Gascón said about the hourlong talk with Apple’s government liaison, Michael Foulkes. “He did most of the talking. It was incredible. He would just go on and on, one subject to the next. It was hard to follow. It was almost like someone who’s been trained in the art of doing a lot of talking and saying nothing.”

Most notably, Gascón said Foulkes talked about the long laborious process of researching and deploying this technology for devices, adding that that the next two generations of iPhones have already been developed.

“They preceded Tim Cook,” the district attorney was told.

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iPhoneowner - April 4, 2013 at 3:54am
I am iphone user and I feel, they are trying every dirty technique to boost lowering sells, Now this if so called next 2 iphones were developed in Steve's presence then why iphone 6 was not released instead of iphone 4S?
Rojan - April 2, 2013 at 9:45pm
Anyone who knows Steve would know that, even one day before mass production Steve could change his mind on the design, size and everything about the product, and because of this fact, NO Apple product after his death would be his products. Steve's last iPhone was iPhone 4S and even if he had seen the prototype of the iPhone 5 and agreed about it, it wouldn't be his product untill one day before start of the mass production. I will believe no one that states the new Apple products as Steve products! I am so sure that there are many changes after him that he would never like, including the new packaging for the iMacs that are changed shape from perfect minimal rectangle to something between rectangle and triangle! RIP Steve Jobs and I wish he wouldn't see what is happening in his Apple Computers.
Ron dean
Ron dean - April 2, 2013 at 4:32pm
It just seems like they are milking Steve's name for all it's worth. They had said the 5 was Steve's last phone, now this? Sounds a tad desperate. ESP if they up the screen within the next 2 phones (wont happen on 5s. But might on 6). That in itself would make it a lie - as Steve said 3.5 was the perfect size.... With all of that being said, my iPhone 5 has been fantastic (except battery life, but I expected that. Lte is a pig)
Rss - April 2, 2013 at 3:47pm
last month, i angrily threw my iphone5 against the wall during a bad fight with my wife. I think, luckily it landed on it's back. But i know it hit hard. I regret doing it (and the fighting) but don't regret about choosing the phone. No scratch, no dent, and of course i used the same iphone5 to post this comment. Apple product users very seldom bash on other products or manufacturers; but non-apple users very often do bash against apple & it's products. I'm quite puzzled. I say just choose and buy your preferred phone/gadget and be satisfied with it. Everybody has a choice.
DavidG - April 2, 2013 at 4:51pm
So trueeee.
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