Steve Jobs , founder and CEO of Apple , died on day 5 October 2011, just a day after the Cupertino company presented the world with a brand new iPhone 4S . After waging a long battle with pancreatic cancer, Jobs disappeared leaving Tim Cook in charge of the company, which hinted that something would happen soon. In recent months, has talked a lot about the future of the company, especially with regard to the releases to come. And although the new iPhone has not come up with improvements too relevant right now everyone has an eye on the iPhone to come. All indications are that it would be the iPhone 5 , although with respect to the nomenclature, it seems that Apple is willing to break the mold preset. Everything will look.
For now, we must focus our attention on the future of the company, as many analysts and experts predict a major shift in strategy, but also in the products will be announced in the near future. In fact, the most optimistic and have indicated that Apple will crescendo with products like the iPhone and the iPad over the next two to four years. However, many have also noticed the lack of charisma of the current leader, Tim Cook, highlighting the need for Apple to have it again with a magical leader to follow in the footsteps of Steve Jobs. Explains the analyst Max Weber, and other Apple executives Jon Ive and Scott Forstall are characters with many more qualities, ideal to replace the absence of Jobs.
Far from having begun a decline, Apple's latest results indicate that things are going well, since the company has sold a whopping 35.1 million iPhone units, surpassing analysts' expectations and reaching the $ 12.30 for partcipación traded.
We are faced with positive data, but the fact is that in recent months, the company has emphasized over others with amazing shots. The iPhone 4S then transfers the performance of its predecessor, the iPhone 4 , and just added enhancements such as dual-core processor A5 and a beta program, Siri , who served as a virtual assistant voice. The new iPhone has not come up with dramatic improvements to the market. In fact, leaving aside the Retina screen and the great potential of the graphics processor, the new iPhone is still more of the same. But what will happen to the iPhone 5?
This is the first phone to come without Steve Jobs at the helm and all means suggest that this might be the time chosen to make a sharp turn to the specification sheet. It is expected, in this sense, the new iPhone 5 may have a larger screen (of even 4 inches), which never would have imagined in the era Jobs, and a completely changed design would allow us to think of a new era Cook. We will see later, probably in October, although the first major event will take place in June Apple, at the annual conference of developers.