I just turned 60 and I have learned you will be providing the world with a free phone for everyone.
That is just great, because that is exactly what I have been waiting for.
But before you build it, I want you to know a few things a cellular phone should be able to do for me.
Maybe you could use some of these suggestions.
I want my future phone to do the following:
1- Translate a whole English sentence into any language I wish, by just pressing a couple of buttons on my cellular.
2- Since you are going to make us look at commercials on our phones and help us select a business or restaurant, then let us just press a button to pay for the things we end up buying. Yes, fix it, so we can just hold up the phone pay for everything, everywhere, so we don’t have to carry money anymore!
3- Also make the phones have all our personal information so we don’t have to carry a wallet either! I don’t like to be asked to show my ID everywhere I go.
4- Make our phones to hold the Mother of all Passwords, and with only one button, my cell phone should be able to remember all the passwords. I don’t want to have to remember them every time a open a web page. With the Google phone, I want to be able to just press a button in front of my computers and log in.
Thank you and be free to let your engineers consider them, and apply them to the new system.
Posted on 11/08/2007, in Eduardo Quezada and tagged apple, att, bell, cellular, Google, IPhone, Ipod, Mobile, phone, Quezada, sprint, telecom, tmobile, verizon. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.