With all the buzz, The MacJury convened to discuss what is most wanted and most needed in the next iteration of Apple’s iPhone. No rumors here, just a serious examination of what we can realistically expect to see, and what is most important. Screen size, battery life, weight, materials and even the need for a case are all on the docket for discussion by the panel of Kelly Guimont, Julio Ojeda-Zapata, Jim Tanous and host Chuck Joiner.
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Kelly Guimont is a longtime Apple geek, sitting down (on a telephone book) in front of an Apple IIe in 1983. She can still hear the ticking of the ImageWriter. Thanks to the miracle of the adjustable leg desk, she no longer needs the phonebook. Kelly is one of the regular hosts of the TUAW Talkcast, appearing live from her House of Crackpot theories, is the latest addition to the Angry Mac Bastards, is an occasional guest on the International Mac Podcast, and yet still has more to say which she saves for Twitter
Julio Ojeda-Zapata has been on the front lines of the Internet and technology revolutions as a columnist, editor and award-winning reporter for more than a decade. He covers consumer tech forTwinCities.com, a MediaNews Group and Digital First Media property, and its St. Paul Pioneer Press dead-tree counterpart. Julio reports on a wide range of tech topics, post daily to his Your Tech Weblog, and slap together tech videos from time to time (when I’m not in one). He is the author of iPad Means Business and Twitter Means Business, and is active on Twitter, Google+ and Facebook, among other networks.
Jim M. Tanous runs TekRevue, a general interest technology site covering the most important stories each day from the world of Mac, Windows, Mobile, and Gaming, along with frequent tips and tutorials on how to get the most out of your technology. He also stops by The Mac Observer each week to drop off a tip or two from the Mac Geek Gab podcast. Prior to starting TekRevue, Jim wrote for The Mac Observer, fixed computers for Apple, installed medical records software for McKesson, and assisted attorneys at a New York law firm. Born in Buffalo, NY, Jim now lives in Erie, PA with his wife and young son, and spends most of his day trying to keep the family’s three cats off of his desk. You can contact Jim via Twitter, Facebook, Google+, or email.