Apple had a hit with the iPhone 4, despite some controversy. With the approach of 2011, however, the question becomes what features will end up in the next iPhone.
Apple’s annual iPhone refresh has become a calendar-marking event in the tech world, surrounded by weeks of intense scrutiny as tech blogs and pundits dissect the new device’s hardware and software capabilities. Each new iPhone attracts millions of buyers, further reinforcing the company’s position in the smartphone market—despite increased competition from the likes of Google Android.
iPhone apps are also proprietary and controlled by Apple’s quality control team. And aside from a “jailbreaking” hack job, even your mobile service provider is Apple-controlled.
Now, with rumors of the iPhone 5 growing in voracity each week, the promise of a new iPhone model is bringing to light some new realities about the iPhone 4′s performance in the marketplace against Apple and Steve Jobs’ new nemesis, the Droid.
To edit your A-List, follow these steps:
- Log in to your
- Select Manage Features in the My Services section.
- Select the A-List link on the left side of the page.
- Select Manage My A-List.
- Select Edit on the bottom right of the page.
- Add, remove, or update your desired numbers and names by selecting the field and entering the information.
- Select the Save button.
Category Hierarchy: Have an ability to create Subcategories under each category. Then have the ability to post articles to each category and subcategory. A four level down category (Parent category, category, Subcategory, Section) would be a nice feature but a two level is must.
List categories: Ability to list all subcategories under a category.
List Articles: Ability to list all articles under each category and subcategory.