Over the weekend, after the hysteria died down, I visited my local Vodafone store to check out the iPhone 5 and see for myself whether it lived up to Apple’s hype. What I found was quite a surprise.
For many years Apple has been ahead of the curve when it comes to new computing technologies. It was the first to adopt the mini floppy disk, and the first to abandon it. It led in the incorporation of WiFi and Firewire and, in the MacBook Air the use of flash storage instead of spinning drives for internal storage.
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