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Ah, at last the realisation that we have been struggling to articulate.Let me rephrase it.You have to choose the size of iphone that suits your preferences. And look after it as usual.Excellent. Glad we got that sorted !
Have you ever used the digital crown ? NoDo you understand what I does or how it works ? NoDo you know what software they will release with it ? NoAre you grasping at straws to critisise a product you have no experience of using or understanding ?There is a little known African proverb that describes your approach to the AppleWatch, it's under all of your posts.
"Whinge" isn't just a spelling variant of "whine." "Whinge" and "whine" are actually entirely different words with separate histories. "Whine" traces to an Old English verb, "hwinan," which means "to make a humming or whirring sound." When "hwinan" became "whinen"in Middle English, it meant "to wail distressfully"; "whine" didn't acquire its "complain" sense until the 16th century. "Whinge," on the other hand, comes from a different Old English verb, "hwinsian," which...
I second that nomination. The' chicken little' approach to assessing a situationThis guy should perhaps, before posting this stuff, breathe into a paper bag or take a short walk or something.
I love the fact that alot of the more negative posts are comments on what sizes or products they don't want and why. Like Apple has given them a problem by giving them more choice. AI's covert Apple haters are really having to scrape the barrel as each manufactured 'problem' is solved or disproved.
I wonder if 'bendgate' will spread to other manufacturers ? Incredulous students driving new cars into walls, finding parts bend and break, and claiming design fault as the culprit. Hey I have just bought a MontBlanc pen and look how fragile it is . . . Etc etc zzzzzzz
The short display of watch OS software was a demo for developers. Those lenses on the back don't mean much to most of us but will suggest numerous applications to those that understand medical imaging. Why would anyone want to send their heartbeat to someone else ? This is huge ! For doctors, carers, parents, police, firefighters, sportspeople the list goes on and on. And the graphics they demoed were the stock graphics options they are making available. It was like Steve...
The phone market has matured, this has been evident from recent launches by different manufacturers. It is increasingly difficult to 'wow' the masses with new features. What can samsung or others offer now to compete ? Other than point out comparitive parity and undercut them in price. It seemed Apple's heart is in the Apple watch. Samsung had tried to anticipate and rush out a competing product. And Apple handed thier asses back to them. How long will it be before...
I seem to remember people moaning about the thick bezel and that it was the wrong shape for viewing movies.It is only after numerous failed attempts by copiest companies to make something 'better' that you recognise the "superb, sleek and fresh design" in retrospect.
We wish we could tell you more. I think the apple watch demo yesterday was only the tip of the iceberg. The full capabilities will come on the day of its sales launch. Apple is giving the developers time to work on - and ready apps in time for launch. Those mysterious lenses on the back will do alot more than monitor heartrate you can bet. Much of its real functionality has been left unsaid, ( why give copiest companies the heads up on what's to come) The Apple watch will...
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