iPhone: the good-enough everything?
Kottke explains how the iPhone's become a universal gadget
, forcing itself into the marketing calculations not just of handset makers and carriers, but those who make cameras, portable game consoles, and even personal computers.
I think this is a good thing, even if you're not fond of the iPhone and its ilk. It forces the credibility "boiling point" for specialized gadgets up, because they have to compete with an actually-successful "convergence device" and its spawn.
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