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      The mock pretty much is based on the Magic Mouse design. The Galazy S3 looks like a rounded iPhone 4 so I'm not surprised you see similarities    I love the design of the 4 and 5 (also owned an iPhone 3G and iPhone 4S). One thing that makes the designs classy to me personally are the materials used. If we were to get a plastic iPhone, do you think the square ice screen sandwich design would even look as good as it does with metal and glass? If we're getting a...
  I think that would be the most likely use of the technology.   "Introducing iOS 7 with keychains..."
  I agree with you on Passbook.   Great concept horrible execution.
  The Surface is a joke. The Surface RT doesn't run Windows Apps so it's a non-starter, and the Surface Pro is thicker and heavier than a MacBook Air.   Great news for you. The iPhone 5 is outselling the Galaxy S3, so I guess that means Apple has nothing they need to change?
  A cheaper iPhone does make a lot of sense, but I doubt they'll ever make one rugged enough for dirt biking    There are a few plastic iPhone mockups online that look very Apple-esque. I wouldn't be surprised if they released something akin to this:     Classic 3.5 inch Retina screen, thin tear drop design coupled with a $299 price (for 8GB, each storage upgrade would be Apple's typical $100 upcharge) and this could be a hit.
      The idea of a plastic phone isn't so bad. Of course beautiful phones can be made of plastic like the Galazy S3.   But the idea of a "redesigned" plastic iPhone 5 thats cheaper doesn't add up at all. Who would buy the 5S is the 5 does almost everything for half the price. If Apple is going to make a cheaper phone it needs to have a greater differentiation from their flagship phone, hence why I suggested designed from the ground up.   But even if Apple took an iPhone...
Most plausible rumor all week.
Even if he ends up 50/50 he's still more reliable than every other analyst combined.
Apple doesn't have to replace passwords everywhere. Maybe they could just use auto fill like in OS X on websites and apps that require passwords and personal information and use the finger print scanner as confirmation.That would be pretty intuitive and the software would be smart enough to make the whole password-less environment work.
Maybe "S" will stand for security this time around?
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