Apple has developed two of their future iPhone products under the leadership of Steve Jobs. These models are assumed to represent the future iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.
According to George Gascon, the San Francisco District Attorney, Apple designed two future versions of their famous iPhone before Tim Cook became Apple CEO. The suggestion was based on the fact that Apple uses the same naming system for their iPhone products, and in the future line, the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 6 were represented the two devices designed under Steve Jobs’ administration. The iPhone 5S release is rumored to happen somewhere in the middle of the summer or even fall while the iPhone 6 will certainly hit the market somewhere in 2014. This means that these two products were developed with nearly three years in advanced, more precisely three years after Steve Jobs passed away.
The District Attorney has tried to convince the Fruit Company to implement an anti-theft technology that would prevent thieves to rob iPhone owners. The technology would disable the iPhone or the iPad after it was stolen, making the device useless for thieves. In this regard, it would stop iPhone and iPad robbery in the first place. After all, the iPhone represents more than half of San Francisco robberies.
As a response to Gascon’s proposal, Apple suggested the fact that the next two iPhones preceded Tim Cook; therefore, the anti-theft technology will not be included. However, in this respect, Apple already offers the possibility to remotely lock and wipe iPhone after the robbery in order to protect personal files and data. Besides this, device is perfectly functional.
This is not the first time where we hear something in this respect, last year, another rumor suggested the fact that the Steve Jobs’ last year was all about developing the next four years worth of products for the iPhone, iPad, iPod and MacBook line of devices. This is a tremendous thing especially when the technological field is changing day by day.
Besides these two products, meaning the iPhone 5S and iPhone 6, the influence of Steve Jobs will also be notable within the iWatch, the smart wrist device developed by Apple. In this respect, Apple Chief Executives already take a glance at the future products with more than 18 moths in advance.
The first iPhone was developed first in 2005 while the first ideas regarding a tablet device started in 2003, which has later become the iPad. Pictures of multiple early prototypes were revealed a few month ago revealing a large device, more a tablet than a phone.