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What do you expect from the future iPhone and iPad? The question of the week

¿Qué esperáis del futuro iPhone y iPad?En Apple
This is the big week for the mobile phone sector . Many manufacturers are presenting their new products at the MWC 2012 that is taking place in Barcelona. More powerful processors, cameras with 41 megapixel resolutions, risky designs,… If you want more information you can read the follow up of the MWC 2012 in Xataka.

All of this, Apple users don’t usually get much attention since the main reason we use an iPhone is the iOS operating system . But of course, it makes you wonder what we could expect from the future new iPhone or even the new version of the iPad. Taking into account the available hardware as well as the good work of the developers:

What do you expect from the future iPhone and iPad? The question of the weekWhat do you expect from the future iPhone and iPad? The question of the week

What do you expect from the future iPhone and iPad?

Some new features of the MWC 2012 are presented as an iPhone killer but of course, the current one because the future iPhone is unknown to us . I don’t think I need more power in a portable device but I would like to see an evolution in its software that allows it to be used as if it were a desktop system, despite the limitations. Imagine coming home, connecting your iPhone to your Apple TV and using it as if it were a Mac connected to a monitor with a Magic Trackpad and a keyboard.

Regarding the last question of the week, what is your assessment of the iTunes Match service?

The most highly rated response was Divus Doctum. Our iTunes Match reader was disappointed because it doesn’t recognize much classical music, doesn’t correct the tags, the slowness in the upload of unidentified songs, etc…

I respect opinions but I personally like it and I think it is a more than interesting service. If you have any doubts, you can always refer to the article we published about iTunes Match. I’ll try to help in any way I can to clear up the doubts.

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