Is Apple’s iPhone Naming Scheme a Mistake or Genius?

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It’s true that there are logical dilemmas with Apple’s iPhone naming scheme. Apple has never formally explained the reasoning for its nomenclature. And so, journalists have taken their best shot at explaining the logic of the “S” years and the presumed “tick-tock” cycle. But while some think it’s crazy, there may be genius behind the craziness.

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Is Apple’s iPhone Naming Scheme a Mistake or Genius?

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  1. CudaBoy

    Most naming schemes suck nowadays – cars are just a mishmash of letters and numbers and the same is true with electronics now. I say go back to names like the way Android names their OS’ but not the way Samsung and Apple name their phones.

  2. I say go back to names like the way Android names their OS’ but not the way Samsung and Apple name their phones.

    I want to go back to the time when Windows CPUs were named after Roman tyrants such as Pentium. 😀

  3. Old UNIX Guy

    Personally, I prefer the “iPhone 1 irrelevant mm thinner than it’s predecessor due to Jony Ive’s obsessions which border on mental illness”, but I do recognize that’s a bit of mouthful… 😉

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