Apple's iPhone 5: 10 Things it Needs to Appeal to Corporate Customers
An Antenna Fix
First and foremost, Apple must deliver a fix for its antenna. When the company launched the iPhone 4, it was revealed that when the smartphone was held in a "death grip," users would lose signal quality. Apple tried to say that it was one of many companies experiencing the problem -- and that's true -- but the corporate world is waiting on a fix. And Apple should deliver it in the iPhone 4.
Apple's iPhone 4 has been one of the most popular versions of the company's smartphone yet. And for good reason. The device boasts one of the slickest designs of any smartphone ever released. It also comes with one of the top operating systems in the mobile market. It's simply one of the best products Apple has ever offered. But that doesn't mean that there aren't some shortcomings that Apple must address in the iPhone 5. The company has been known to offer only certain features in each new iteration of its device, leaving some options out until the next version. It did the same with the iPhone 4. And for enterprise customers, that was a problem. But luckily for Apple, when it unveils the iPhone 5 sometime later this year, it will have a chance to redeem itself on all the features it missed out on the fourth time around. Here's a look at those features.