We are only a couple of weeks away from iPhone 4’s release date. That’s why all kinds of companies are working hard to take advantage. iPhone 4 is going to provide plenty of opportunities for accessory makers and app developers. It will give Apple’s competitors a chance to discuss their plans for their iPhone 4 killers as well. We have been there before. Smart-phone makers take advantage of every opportunity to tout their upcoming devices at the expense of the iPhone. So far, we have not seen a smart-phone that is truly capable of putting the iPhone away.
For accessory manufacturers, this is a very critical period. There is going to be a huge demand for iPhone 4. Most people who pick up a new iPhone also spend some money on essential accessories. That’s why companies such as Belkin are working hard to bring their products to the market as fast as possible. Eton corporation’s timing could not be better. It has released an attractive solar speaker just in time for iPhone fans to take advantage. There is no question iPhone 4 owners won’t have trouble finding accessories for their device (unless they all sell out).
App developers are in the process of optimizing their apps for iPhone 4. With the addition of multi-tasking and gyroscope to iPhone, app developers have more ways to develop even more powerful applications. TomTom is one of many companies that is pouncing on iPhone’s new features.
It’s good to hear that Apple may bring iPhone 4 to T-Mobile. For some reason, Verizon iPhone is not happening any time soon. Thankfully, there are other carriers for Apple to partner up with. In the meantime, AT&T is doing its best to keep some of its disgruntled customers satisfied by offering them price protection and early upgrade. If only the company could improve the quality of its service.