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I would hope that Apple holds out now (as they haven't done anything interesting with the mini for the last few years) for Skylake and DDR4.   I bought my last mini in 2009, the last one with the nvidea integrated gpu. Although I upgraded the RAM to the max of 4GB and replaced the DVD drive with a SSD to build my own Fusion drive my mini is showing its age.   I am waiting for the next upgrade but would hate if it is a Broadwell as Skylake is looming on the horizont....
Why do start a new rant on government (EU) when the actual reason why these questionnaires were sent out is:
Well I think the requirements on patents in Europe are a bit higher than in the US. In Europe you cannot patent a well known technology just with the words added "...but it's on mobile". At least thats my impression when reading the stories about patent trolls and many of the patents involved in these cases.
I always bought the newest iPhone and didn't mind to pay the price Apple was asking for it. But with the 'big screens only' choice Apple caught me on the left foot.   I applause that Apple will bring back the 4'' Phone with newer technology but I hate that they give that treatment only to last years phone.
I like that one.
How does staring at the watch increase battery consumption? The announced applications don't offer enough advantage for me to be ready to charge it every day.Listening to the rumors the field of applications for the first iteration could be smaller than anticipated.
Smart watches are an interesting concept. But I will take a wait and see approach until they are able to work 7+days on a single charge. Wireless charging would also be great!
Will be interesting to see when the first class action suit comes along because the "AppleWatch" they bought at the CES has not feature parity with the watches sold only 3 months later. In September Apple marketed their watch with so many features and at the CES only a few were incorporated in the watch. /s
Problem, we don't know what a "small phone" is by the definition of Flurry. The iP5s could already be a "medium phone". Furthermore the more affluent phone buyers could have decided that the iP6 is too big and they wait for Apple to possibly create a reasonable sized phone with state of the art technology again next year. (which does not challenge the big success the iP6 series is!) I could also argue the iP6plus isn't a big seller because all "phablets" are just 15% of...
Maybe shareholders should sue Apple for making so crappy software that they get sued all the time, therefore losing time and money./s
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