Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'iPhone' started by darngooddesign, Oct 6, 2011.
You're like the 15th person to post this.
It's fitting but it's been said way too many times
I have thoughts about your post, but I would probably be banned from this forum if I expressed them.
Come on now guys and gals.
Be nice !
While coincidental and somewhat appropriate, the naming of the phone obviously has nothing to do with him.
And in case anyone gets the wrong message from that, I mean no disrespect to Steve at all. He was one of my heroes and I'm very saddened by his loss. In fact, after watching some of the emotional videos, reading anecdotes and seeing pictures of tributes at Apple stores, I've actually cried a couple of times.
Anyway, if an iPhone were to be made in tribute to him, I don't think an upgraded iPhone 4 is special enough to represent such a visionary, influential and inspirational man.
Rest in peace, Steve.
So does this mean that if Apple calls the next iPhone the "iPhone 5/6" (since it could go either way at this point) that it's a tribute to Steve Jobs since he died at the age of 56? I think not...
makes sense using the S for the Second time