Random Anonymous Blackmail: Designed can mean something as simple as a drawing on a napkin.
JohnAnnArbor: Someone may have already said this: it's entirely possible he did help design some future devices that Apple (and subcontractors) were not, immediately, capable of mass-producing. Some new screen technology (that wrap-around patent from last week) or some battery or miniature fuel cell or whatever. It doesn't mean they're holding out on us; sometimes the technology exists but isn't mass-producible at first.
GreenAdder: So if Apple already has two more advanced phones, why aren't they released yet?"We're waiting for the price of components to come down" is not a valid answer. Apple already knows they could scribble the Apple logo on a brick and sell it for $3,000.
InmanRoshi: [www.stevegasser.com image 600x400]Ladies and gentleman I bring to you ... the pad and pencil.At first I was skeptical about it's robustness, but then I unlocked the full potential of the awesome organizational ability it contained within. Note taking, scheduling, task listing, contacts ... it does it all. Clean. Simple. Elegant. Functional. Dependable. Light weight. Intuitive.
dangelder: MightyPez: Because you don't cannibalize your existing products just to release something new?It isn't that.
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