The majority of online wish lists that pertain to technology are often far-reaching, rarely practical, and usually involve a flying car or a hoverboard. This particular list was actually pretty well made. We concur, doctors.
When Apple announced last month that it sold 9 million iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S models during their first weekend of availability, the market was abuzz over what the company had achieved, and some questioned whether the numbers were accurate. But now just a few weeks later, analysts, market researchers and journalists have already begun speculating about what features might, or perhaps should, show up in the iPhone 6. To prove this, search on the term “iPhone 6,” and you will see an endless trail of rumors, comments from analysts and a random fan’s speculation on what Apple’s next handset might be. From talk of larger screen sizes to the possibility of Apple adding new components, the anticipation for the iPhone 6 has already hit a tipping point. The chatter and anticipation might also say something about the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S—two products that might not deliver the level of value and richness in experience that customers would have liked to see. This eWEEK slide show will take a look at the evolution of the iPhone to date to suggest what features Apple should include in the iPhone 6. – See more at: http://www.eweek.com/mobile/slideshows/iphone-6-design-wish-list-10-improvements-people-would-like-to-see.html#sthash.GDJDfw81.dpuf