Paul Sloan has written a feature article for Business 2.0 [paid sub. required] that aims to answer the question of “What’s next for Apple?” In addition to the article, the magazine has posted five mockups of imagined Apple products created by Robert Brunner, Apple’s chief designer from 1989 to 1996. “Discussions with past and present company officials, Apple partners, and longtime acquaintances of Jobs, as well as clues in patent applications and other evidence, point to a gargantuan effort to leverage the iPod’s success by creating an entire line of breakout consumer electronics devices. Dozens of gadgets — from an iPod phone to wireless iPods that talk to one another to the ultimate all-in-one home-cum-car media hub — appear to be on the drawing board or, in some cases, already in prototype.”