Ricardo Campelo de Magalhães, 08.10.11
A partir de um blog da especialidade:
"While some are still contemplating whether they will invest in the iPhone 4S or not, still others are wondering what the future of the iPhone will be without Steve Jobs at the helm. If you are one of these people, fear not: Steve Jobs has left four years worth of plans for new Apple products — including new iPhone concepts.(...)While it may seem sentimental and over-sensational to say, Steve Jobs had a love and commitment for you, the Apple customer, that is almost hard to grasp. Facing his passing from this world, and knowing that his legacy as a great innovator and leader of industry was intact, J0bs still sought to steer the direction of Apple’s products even in death.What would his motivation had been for wanting to do this? It isn’t as if he felt he had to preserve Apple Inc. from the grave — the company is more successful and solvent now than it ever has been. No, Steve Jobs’ motivation was purely based on a commitment to his customers, and sense that his products made a positive impact in peoples’ lives. Sales gurus will tell you that this is the only way you can be a successful salesperson — to believe that your products make a difference. There is no doubt that the iPhone has had such an impact; the passion for the device on this blog is a testament to that.So, it should be reassuring to iPhone users that, for the foreseeable future, the next iPhones will still bear the creativity, commitment, and quality that Steve Jobs came to embody as an innovator and public figure. Knowing that Steve Jobs has left behind four years worth of blueprints and concepts for the iPhone, what do you think that the iPhone in 2015 will be like?"