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iEverything: Five Things Apple Needs To Invent Next

Submitted by on June 15, 2012 – 10:54 amNo Comment
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Apple has revolutionized personal technology several times in the last few years alone. But that works is never done. The are so many gadgets that still don’t talk to us, don’t suggest apps for us, and through which we still can’t access Facebook! Here’s a few ideas for what Tim Cook and Co. can work on next:

iCar

Just put Siri in an automobile, give her a snarky pseudo-English accent, and you’ve basically got Night Rider right there. I know that Apple is much more likely to work with existing automobile companies to better integrate peripheral gadgets, but why not just cut out the middle man? Now, if they could ever play nice with Google and partner up with their self-driving car, that’d really be something.

iFridge

The smart refrigerator is actually already a reality, but I’m sure the Apple designers could streamline the user experience and make it affordable for the masses. Touch screens on your fridge could help you keep track of groceries, plan meals, and look up recipes. And let’s face it- this could make uploading meal pics to Instagram even easier.

iGaming

Mobile technology- Apple’s stronghold- has been notoriously lacking for hardcore gamers. Stationary, TV based gaming systems might be fading towards the past. But Apple is the tech company that figures out what people want before they want it, so why doesn’t Apple figure out what gamers want before they want it? Can they create a mobile gaming experience that offers the  speed and visuals that the gaming community demands?

iGlasses

Google has already jumped on the enhanced reality train; but it seems like this area would be ripe for Apple. Imagine the ad revenues! Imagine the proprietary technology!

iRobot

Had to be said. Where are our android servants?! And then, Apple can invent the iWeapons needed to quell the Robot Insurrection.

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