Since the first iPhone came out in 2007, Apple releases have been characterized by camp outs, long lines, and controversial ads by competitors. The recent release of the iPhone 5 is no different.
The world of learning objectives and MOOCs may not have much in common with Retina displays and 4G networks, but elearning professionals stand to gain from adopting some of Apple’s design and function principles. If Apple can take something as clunky and unsexy as the original mobile phones (90’s flashback warning) and turn it into a sleek aspirational purchase, there may still be hope for those of us who still cling to PowerPoint as our primary elearning content creation platform. With that, here are 5 things eLearning developers and teachers can learn from the iPhone 5.
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