The world was shocked this week when three iPhone users reported that after a year of use their Apple phones are still in working condition. “It’s like something I’ve never experienced before,” an elated Tiffany Wood said. “This is my fourth iPhone, but the first to ever make it past a year,” Ms. Wood continued. The majority of the world has long been dreaming of the day when technology could outlast the dreaded 365 day mark when your computer, smartphone or tablet bites the dust and becomes obsolete. “Long gone are the days when we had to come out with a new phone every 6 months cause our phones had that short of a shelf life,” said Tim Cook, CEO of Apple. “Our company is so innovative we now make phones that last an entire year,” Cook continued. Now with three iPhones breaking the year benchmark, it seems that a time when you could rely on a phone to last slightly longer than a year might not be as far off as we once thought. “I don’t want to get ahead of ourselves, but we might be nearing a day when iPhones last 18 months. Maybe even two years. Not today. Not tomorrow. But we’re getting there,” said Marianne Schultz, an editor at Mac Rumors. The only question that remains is whether or not Apple can start producing longer lasting phones while still keeping the incredibly low price tag.
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I am fan boy of Apple products but you guys seems no creativity & lack of innovation todays, being the next nokia isnt good idea..