From my main source of tech news:
Less than a month after the much-heralded announcement of the iPhone, Apple CEO Steve Jobs confirmed that his engineers were already working around-the-clock on the touchscreen smartphone’s far-superior replacement….
“When the second-generation iPhone comes out this fall, we want iPhone users to feel not just jealous, but downright foolish for owning such laughably primitive technology.”
Jobs also hinted that the second iPhone device would not be compatible with any existing Mac computers, third-party peripherals, or any future Apple products.
Problem with the last paragraph is, you can almost imagine it being true.
[To the tune of José Feliciano, “Light My Fire,” from the album “Feliciano!“.]