Five Things iPhone Could Learn From The iPad
MobileCrunch has a great piece outlining five super-cool things the iPhone could learn from its big brother, the iPad. But if you’re not into reading long editorials, we’ll try to sum it up for you.
First up is Bluetooth keyboard support. Not only does the iPad support that neato keyboard dock, you can simply pair a Bluetooth keyboard with it and go. Next is desktop file access, which lets you access files of any kind within any third-party app that supports it. Third-party apps can also support specific file types, which means that developers can broadcast their app’s ability to read any file they want. The iPad can also create PDF documents, perfect for working with iWork apps, etc.
MobileCrunch also lists Apple’s new A4 processor, although I don’t think Apple will use that specific chip in the next iPhone. However, it is possible that Apple will use the same technology to power the next iPhone with a clocked-down version of the A4.
And so begins the wait for the next iPhone…