So maybe you’ve heard that a new iPhone was announced. Maybe you heard that it wasn’t the “iPhone 5? but rather the iPhone 4S, which is essentially iPhone 4.5. People wanted the iPhone 5. They were let down when Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook announced in his first public presentation that they were giving the world a better version of what they were already selling, and what most people in the audience most likely already were using. They were so disappointed that Apple’s stock fell $17 dollars as he was talking. That’s harsh.
If you follow how Apple’s product release cycle for iPhones work you wouldn’t have been surprised to hear about an 4S phone instead of a complete hardware redesign with a 5. With Steve Jobs, the God CEO himself, stepping down due to his failing health the public, and stock holders, were expecting Cook to unveil the blueprint for Jesus’ return and a miracle cure for Steve Jobs in Apple’s first product announcement under new leadership. It’s been 16 months passed since the last iPhone release so rumors were flying every which way with speculation. Bigger screen! Curbed glass! Infrared keyboard!
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