A number of new features expected to show up in the next iteration of the iPhone, including a 960×640 double resolution display, a front facing camera, multitasking support in iPhone OS 4, and last but not least, the inclusion of Apple’s in-house A4 processor.
Steve Jobs has already called the next iPhone release an “A+ upgrade.” And adding fuel to the iPhone rumor fire is an Engadget report stating that the next-gen iPhone will be dubbed the “iPhone HD.
This would end the AT&T monopoly and dramatically improve service in places like NY and SF where it is nearly impossible to have a reliable call. The problem is the shear number of users in the two cities all using everything from voice to mobile web to video streaming to various applications and the bandwidth is just not there. CDMA opens up Verizon and Sprint which should spread the load. Couldn’t happen soon enough.
We have just added Photos to the Biz411 platform which means our business customers can now add a series of photos to their profile for consumers to see.
Looks like a great show here in SD for next two days!
Good post on Gigaom about operators needing to get more innovative to fend off poaching as mobile market is now basically 100% covered.
“Carriers in Western markets have precious little room for growth unless they poach customers from their competitors. Cell phone penetration in the U.S. stands at 89 percent, according to CTIA, and Chetan Sharma pointed out earlier this month that mobile’s market penetration in America is 99 percent for people over than the age of five.”
Full story here.
Internet display ad expenditures actually increased 7.3 percent in 2009, aided by higher spending from the telecom, factory auto and travel categories.
Print media were unsurprisingly hit hard, with measured ad spending in the Newspaper sector plunging by 19.7% in 2009.
Full article here.