By Robert HanauerIn his most recent interview, former Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the company is making the transition to a “glass-half-full” approach to the digital age.
“I think it’s important that we look at the way we use our technologies,” Jobs said in an interview on ABC’s Good Morning America on Friday.
In an effort to simplify the use of the iPhone, Apple is planning to launch a new phone in 2019 that will use a thinner screen that would allow for an even more powerful computing experience.
The new phone will feature an 8-inch display, but it will only be available in two colors: silver and gold.
As of right now, Apple has no plans to offer the iPhone in the other colors, which would make the phone one of the first products to feature both black and silver.
The company has already announced that it will offer a new line of phones in 2018 with both black or silver displays.
Apple is also working on a smartphone that will have both a screen size of 10.1 inches and a 5.7-inch screen.