The iPhone is the best mobile device ever, but for some, the company has come to represent a passing of the torch.
In a new book, the author argues that if the iPhone were still around today, it would probably be considered obsolete, as it’s too expensive to buy and doesn’t offer much in the way of security.
That is a fair point, but what if we said that the iPhone was actually alive and well in the form of a smartphone?
That’s what the author, Eric Bana, is trying to do.
The book, entitled UpfaithandFamily: The Smartphones that Inspired Us, will be released on October 4.
It’s a detailed account of the rise and fall of the iPhone, the transition from Apple to Samsung, and the evolution of Android, among other topics.
In his introduction, Bana says, “It’s the story of how a new breed of smartphone emerged, an iPhone that was the first smartphone to do all of the things we needed it to do.”
While we can’t say for sure whether or not the iPhone would have survived if it had stayed around for another year, it’s clear that the handset is alive and kicking, and that it will remain a powerful mobile device.
The device that inspired Bana is the Galaxy Active, which was launched in October 2008.
The Galaxy Active is a 5.5-inch smartphone that’s built on the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor, a new type of chip that was recently introduced in the Samsung Galaxy S III.
It has a 2.2GHz quad-core processor, with a 1.5GHz dual-core CPU.
It also has an 8MP camera, 1GB of RAM, and 32GB of storage.
The phone has a 5MP camera on the front and a 3MP camera at the back, and it sports a 5,000mAh battery.
The smartphone also comes with an IR blaster and NFC.
The Active has an LTE radio that can support up to a whopping 6Gbps data speeds.
The Smartphone That Inspired Us: Eric Banas Journey to the Future of Mobile Computing, by Eric Banyan, is available for pre-order.
The paperback edition, which has a cover price of $15.99, will cost $34.99.
It is scheduled to ship on October 5.
You can pre-download the book from Amazon, and there is a digital version available for free download from the Banyans website.
You will also find Banyann’s other books, which include the bestsellers The Power of Positive Thinking, Why the Internet Matters, The Five Myths About the Internet, and The Art of Selling Books, on his website.
Bana will also be publishing a book of short stories and poems on the topic of smartphones and technology, titled The Rise and Fall of the Mobile Phone.
That book, titled Phone Book: The Rise of the Next Mobile Phone, is set to release on October 25.
Banyani says that while he isn’t a journalist or an academic, he is interested in the world of technology and the ways that technology can help people.
He believes that technology is a force that can help us better understand and solve our world problems.
“I’ve had the pleasure of working with some of the world’s leading technology thinkers over the years, including Stephen Hawking, Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg, and Steve Jobs,” Banyana said.
“But when I first started looking into mobile phones, I had no idea what the iPhone could do.
I found out it was the worlds first mobile phone that was capable of performing basic tasks like calling, texting, and downloading data.
As we have learned over the past few years, this is a powerful device that can be used to help people in real-world situations.”
The author of Upfaith and Family also offers an explanation for why the iPhone has fallen out of favor in the eyes of many people, and why he thinks that it was a bad idea to launch the iPhone in 2008.
Bays book notes that while the iPhone still had a large audience of consumers, there were also a number of people who felt that the phone was too expensive and too slow to take advantage of new features that were becoming available.
Borrowing from his own experience, Banyanas book notes, “For a number in our generation, the iPhone had a very clear downside: its slow and expensive hardware.”
As technology improves, Bays points out, “The iPhone has had a slow and costly hardware for many years, but it was never a good investment for a large number of users.
This is because its poor performance and lack of security made it a poor mobile phone.”