That big screen happens to be larger than that of any Plus-sized iPhone, though the device is only marginally larger than the existing non-Plus iPhones. It’s like Apple is tearing up the rule book as and when the technology allows, which is exactly what they should be doing in order to remain innovative.
These advancements are important right now, since we live in an age where interaction increasingly comprises of tapping on a screen. But how many of us expect to still be clutching an iPhone in 10 years time? How about 20 years?
Wearables Are The Future
The Apple Watch Series 3 isn’t the world’s first cellular wearable, but it’s the most notable example of a standalone smart watch that can operate independently of a parent device. It’s also the world’s most successful smart watch, and the world’s most successful wearable piece of tech (which includes simple fitness trackers).