Other Your “One More Thing”


macrumors 68040
Original poster
Dec 22, 2016
Invent a product you would’ve liked to see as Tim Cook’s One More Thing. We deserve it!


Mine’s the iBelt - a belt you already take with you everywhere, but with a much needed functionality of today’s digital world - the ability to charge all your wireless devices on the go!

iBelt will have at least 3 built-in wireless charging pads spaced out along its strap, that can fast charge any device - phone, watch, tablet, ear buds etc.

You could either use it by removing it from your waist & laying it on a table, or by attaching smaller devices to it whilst wearing it around your waist via the iClip - Apple’s accessory to the iBelt; a clip-on case that houses your iPhone or Airpods, which magnetically attaches to the charge pads of the iBelt, charging them seamlessly whilst you go about your day.

Circuitry/LEDs/Power adapter (with flip-out, region-specific wall prongs) built into the ‘buckle’, with ribbon cable connecting the charge coils along the strap.

iBelt (fast) charges itself by plugging directly into the wall.

The iBelt....keep your pants on, fanbois :D


What would you have liked to have seen as Apple’s One More Thing (real or made up)?


macrumors 601
Jul 31, 2005
Groundbreaking software invention:

iCloud Mail read status sync between devices

Hint: All other apps have had this feature for over a decade
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macrumors 6502a
Mar 8, 2012
A wireless charging dock like Mophie's 3in1 but with a couple of USB ports on the back. You know so people can charge all their stuff from one place.

The sort of thing that would be on the market if people with common sense worked in the tech industry.

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macrumors 601
Sep 23, 2014
One more thing.......

An updated ATV, with current HW, bigger storage, bundled with a decent controller, year sub to Apple Arcade, and Apple announcing a partnership with developers from popular game titles that will bring ports to the ATV.

Oh, and a partnership with Nintendo to bring a virtual console app to the tvOS, with classic games from old consoles from the NES to the Wii.