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Exactly. Add to that students, athletes, seniors, clumsy people ... The "glass sandwich" that was the iPhone 4/S was a step backward from the 3G/S in my mind. Everything that was beautiful and "wow" about that design was destroyed by the ridiculous Apple colored bumper or any number of clunky aftermarket cases -- most of which were plastic and essentially turned the 4/S into a 3G/S.The iPhone repair businesses (as well as third party case companies) are going to hate the...
Well first, they had no trouble updating the iPad 3 with lightning mid-product run.Second, I doubt the iPod Classic will make the cut in its current form.Third, if they continue to make the 4S that's four iPhones that will be in production, assuming the iPhone 5 remains as a lower price option. Even if the 5c replaces the 5, that's still three different form factors instead of the usual two.Fourth, the screen size is at least an important standard to Apple as the...
I suppose it would be wishful thinking to expect that it will be compatible with the original iPad and older devices without cameras or lower quality cameras ...? I'm guessing iOS 6 at a minimum requirement ...
Nope. T-Mobile is leading the way toward unsubsidized phones and abolishing contracts. The other major cell phone companies are taking this move seriously by developing their own off-contract plans. Apple, is ahead of the curve in this regard. The more people I speak to about buying new smartphones the more they are all leaning toward spending more up front to buy their phones with off-contract plans rather than spend considerably more for the phone over time, especially...
Unlike yourself, Apple is probably more concerned with their public image in not ignoring those physically disabled persons.Jobs did not say anything I didn't say ... currently the iPhone can be used with pointing devices for those without fingers, hands or arms. He didnt say anything about requiring fingerprints to use it. And no, I wouldn't assume they have bigger problems than being able to use a smart phone. Some of them could probably give you a run for your money in...
Yes, and that's why requiring a fingerprint to activate it won't work. If I can't get to my phone and need some information from it, no one else would be able to access it -- which won't happen.Besides, whether or not the home button is deactivated wont affect whether the physical mechanism can be depressed -- and that's the primary fail of my iPhone 4; the home button is "sticky" not reliably functioning the way it's supposed to (after a year), and that I have read is...
Yes. Agree 100 percent. I would expect the Feds should look into this.I have DirecTV and subscribe to all the CBS packages. My Internet is through TW, as that is the only option I have for high speed Internet in my area. So, I'm paying a premium to CBS for their programming on DirecTV, but can't access any of it online because I am forced to subscribe to TW for my ISP? My ISP has nothing to do with my programming packages, and I did have a choice for that and chose...
How about apple give something back to the users who opt in to help Apple profit, rather than take the Google approach approach of exploiting their users data for free.
Well 4" isn't exactly ultimate portability. I prefer the 3.5" myself, and even that's not ultimate. I'd like to see maybe a 3" form factor, especially if they are going to force the 4" aspect ratio on me ...There's absolutely no reason not to have a 5"+ phone if there's a market for it. Just put the same guts in a new case with a larger battery and screen and it's the ultimate power management phone. The premium Apple can charge more than makes up for the new case design....
Traffic is also abysmal on the iPhone. I still use Google for the most reliable and visually helpful traffic information.
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