4 Reasons Why Apple’s iBeacon Is About to Disrupt Interaction Design

Why? Because it means we’re finally at a place where gadgets can talk to each other wirelessly without demanding that we, the users, make the arrangements at every encounter (also a place where we don’t have to sacrifice our batteries to do so). It means we’re entering a world where our phones won’t just be in continuous contact with satellites and cell towers—but also potentially with our laptops, our TVs, and the high-tech bangles on our wrists. It’s a step closer to our gear existing in a truly intelligent ecosystem.

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