Seth Godin, like pretty much everyone else, wants an iPhone. He also suggests that perhaps Apple hasn’t actually, as Mr. Jobs claims, reinvented the phone. He then presents a list of features that a truly reinvented cellphone would have. Odd thing is, I don’t want *any* of his suggested features. I think Apple has reinvented the cellphone not by introducing a bunch of new capabilities I may or may not need, but by dramatically improving the way I *already* interact with my phone. I hope this turns out to be the case. Reminds me of how I felt about the original iPod.