Sometimes I get ideas for businesses, thinks that I think might work. You might read these and think, “That’s a stupid idea,” and you may be right. In fact, I’m sure some of my ideas are stupid, based on the incomplete data of the universe that are my experiences.
But, some of the ideas might be good. Is this one good? You decide. Oh, and I’m releasing this idea into the public domain, which means you can’t copyright or patent it, but you can make it, sell it, use it, almost whatever else you want to do.
I don’t have a home phone but I know some people do. The problem is, I haven’t heard of a phone that will sync with the address book in my computer (or, in my case, the iCloud). So, rather than making a phone that will do that, how about making a box that plugs into the wall and then connects to my iPhone via wifi, thus making my iPhone my home-phone as well. There would, of course, have to be a corresponding app. The box must be able to record messages and then send them to the app when I get home. It should also have the ability to handle multiple lines and route them to multiple iPhones.