iSolar is iPower for iPhone

by Chris Kenton on January 12, 2007


One of the biggest concerns people have been pointing out about the iPhone is battery life. Apple’s track record with batteries has been a little spotty, and when the iPhone is also an MP3 player as well as a PIM, skeptics are saying we might only expect 2-5 hours of battery life. Not exactly the kind of device you can rely on during those 18-hour days of working life, which is hard to swallow with a $500+ price tag.


So little faith, people. Steve knew the cynics needed something to complain about, and their public griping formed the perfect frame for a solution he already had well in hand. With his trademark flair for showmanship, Steve unveiled the true revolutionary power of the iPhone to a select group of industry analysts at MacWorld yesterday. The iSolar personal energy array, shipping with each new iPhone. Fashion. Sustainability. Pure genius.


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Tom Asacker January 15, 2007 at 5:38 am

Too funny Chris. That would be a great addition to an upcoming GuruBBQ (

Chris Kenton January 15, 2007 at 7:16 am

Have at it! That’s some great content you’re putting together. Congratulations.

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