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Using Apple’s iPhone To Explain The Difference Between Invention And … – Forbes

Using Apple's iPhone To Explain The Difference Between Invention And
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Horace Dediu is trying to convince us all to accept a new word of his creation, innoveracy, to aid in explaining new products like Apple's Apple's iPhone. Truly ground breaking new products, ones that are different from novelty, creation and invention.

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iPhone design: Documents from the Samsung trial reveal more than ever about Apple’s secretive design process (Farhad Manjoo/Slate)

Farhad Manjoo / Slate:
iPhone design: Documents from the Samsung trial reveal more than ever about Apple’s secretive design process  —  New documents reveal how Apple really invented the iPhone.  —  Like many of Apple’s inventions, the iPhone began not with a vision, but with a problem.

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New invention turns an Apple iTouch into an iPhone with free 4G for only $99 – Examiner

A new start-up company named FreedomPop is offering up a new product that will allow owners of the Apple iTouch to transform it into a working iPhone with free 4G connectivity. It’s called the Freedom Sleeve for iTouch and costs $ 99.
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Apple interested in swappable iPhone camera lenses – Apple Insider

A new concept for an improved iPhone camera system would allow users to reconfigure or even replace the lens for optimal pictures. The details of Apple’s proposed invention were revealed in a new patent filing discovered by AppleInsider and published by …
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iPhone 4S JuiceTank Newest Kickstarter Project – WebProNews

If forgetting your iPhone charger when you travel is a constant problem, then look towards this fantastic new invention. This is the JuiceTank, it is an iPhone case with a built in wall plug. So all you have to do is plug it into the wall and walk away.
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How to turn your iPhone into a microscope eyepiece – CNET News

However, sometimes I get sent things (in this case, via an e-mail from my louche engineer friend George) describing a new invention that seems positively useful and even vaguely comprehensible. Its creator is medical designer Andy Miller.
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