I've not been sleeping well.
Ever since the ever-reliable rumors had revealed that Apple would be releasing an iPhone Pro -- even two -- I wondered how it might make my life better. And yours, of course.
What new aspects would suddenly make it a professional phone, as opposed to a glorious, beautiful effigy to amateurism and frivolous entertainment.
Would it make me seem more professional in the eyes of others?
Would it make another of my devices obsolete, just as the iPad Pro has(n't) made my MacBook Air a vestige of a time gone by?
Still, the great moment arrived, after hours and hours of Apple employees cheering themselves.
Up stepped Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Worldwide Marketing, to explain how this one more thing was a completely breakthrough thing that would make all other breakthrough things things of the past.
Here's what Pro means: You can take better pictures. Oh, and videos.
Should you be inclined to become a filmmaker, a professional photographer, a realtor or someone who gets millions of Likes on social media -- for as long as Likes will be displayed on social media -- the iPhone Pro is just for you.
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