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Great, but outside the U.S. all these extra map sources are meaningless. Quite frankly it feels like being a second rate citizen using maps and other Apple services in any other country. Sigh
 I live in a developing country (Thailand) but have a 30 Mbps fiber optic connection with local provider TOT. I typically see 6 ms ping times (to Bangkok) and consistent 30 Mbps downlink (10 Mbps uplink)......it's the connection to the rest of the world that's still shitty.   ;-) Most people I know have at least 20 Mbps ADSL....and don't forget that the Apple TV doesn't have to stream in real time, it can take a few hours to buffer. I know that's not a great user...
Only problem with connecting your iPad to thd iphone hotspot is that your iPhone battery drains even more quickly. So having the cellular iPad is a good option for many people.
Impressive numbers, but it still won't silence the naysayers...who cares anyway when there's no doubt that this is shaping up to be the biggest launch ever! :-) happy days.
Oh wait, so it was available years ago on a now-obsolete phone. And how has the feature you mention been working out for Sony and Android recently? Did it catch on? Why would Apple make a waterproof phone? it's got to be a complete waste of effort and resources when 99.9999% of the population are not stupid enough to get their phone wet.
 Two reasons why I will never buy Samsung anything again: 1) I bought a Samsung laptop 2.5 years ago for about £800, and a year later it went bang (and by that I mean something blew and smoke came out, rather than a software issue!) whilst I was on a business trip to Japan. I live in Thailand and went to customer services. They suggested they could reinstall Windows 7 (cripes), that is really all they could suggest. 2) I bought a Samsung 21" LCD monitor a few years ago....
These Samsung ads are laughably pathetic, even embarrassing. If I was in the market or a Samsung device, this would put me right off.
A square watch makes much more sense than a round one, since the main function will not be telling the time. Even though the Moto 360 looks good, I'm not convinced of the practicalities of having a round smartwatch. I guess we might find out tomorrow.
I live in a Thailand and there's just one model of 5s. Last year they were pretty hard to get hold of for weeks after the launch.
Would be good, since we don't have 'MacBook Pro 5S' and the like. The new iPhone would be nice and simple.
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