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It's the rather extreme sounding quote that makes wonder if you're not just putting us on.Originally Posted by Benjamin Frost"No way. Miles too thick. The iPhone needs to get considerably thinner. Happily, it may do so come the 9th.If we're very lucky, the iPad will, too."The iPhone is already very thin. The new model is even thinner. How much thinner do you want it? You do understand that every time it gets thinner, it becomes considerably more difficult to make a good...
And so are engineers and designers. Sorry to say, but most things suffer from at least some poor design. Apple is no exception. Remember the round iMac mouse? I do agree with Benjamin that my iPhone 5 needed rounder edges in the back, at least. My older 4S seemed more comfortable because the rear glass was somewhat rounded. The new phones are heavily rounded, so that's so.But when customers are saying that they want longer battery life, they're wrong? You'd really rather...
Looks interesting. But what is the price range?
And yet, you're commenting on this article, which I imagine you've read anyway. Interesting how that works, isn't it?
That's the problem with making these things so thin. Something's gotta give, as the song says.A camera module could be made with a right angle mirror, allowing a thinner module, but the expense and precision would likely be too much to expect.
I wouldn't call this battery massive since it's for the 5.5" model. There are bigger batteries for large phones. I hope Apple can get more efficiency out of it though considering they literally do make almost the entire hardware themselves, as well as the OS.
Browsing uses considerable battery life. The radio in a phone is a major power draw, as is WiFi and GPS.If Apple does what it's done before it will make the SoC considerable more powerful, wiping out any advantage in battery life we would get from a smaller process.
I'm beginning to think that you're playing the jokester here
Then he's making a mistake. Or are you one of those people who believe that Apple never makes mistakes? I suppose that listening to your customers is not to be done either?
No it isn't. It happens to be trueNo it's not. Maybe to you guys. But they wouldn't be home schooling if they did t trust the schools systems to deliver what they think only they can deliver. A survey don't several years ago, though, yes, I dint know where to find it now, said that in the USA, most lRents who home schooled did so for religious reasons. They didn't want the corrupting influence of anything the schools may say that went against their religious beliefs.If...
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