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If the yield rates are an issue it would be something that would be overcome in time, the question we ask next is how constrained will the next iPhone be at launch, will it impact international launches while the US gets it first (kind of nice getting the new toy at launch unlike the other phone makers).
Shouldn't it be a generally accepted idea that given the dependence on touchscreen devices that have no physical keyboards users will have difficulty being 100% accurate with the keyboard and therefore some level of predictive text input would be necessary?  To me it seems obvious that over time as the products have evolved for 10+ years of touch screen only devices that this would need to occur.
Apple is failing and falling down on the job when it comes to the App Store.  600,000 titles and its nearly impossible to discover, search for and actually purchase apps you really want.  When I got the first iPad I went crazy buying apps, 2 years later with my iPad 3 its harder and harder to find anything.  I hope their app discovery will improve and soon.   App (short for application, also known as software) is the generally accepted term by the common user today...
So does this mean the 9/12 rumor date will be pushed back, or are we looking at back orders for the next iPhone for the remainder of 2012?  I hope not I was looking forward to getting one on launch day.
If I still had my old PocketPC Phone from circa 2002 I would be able to recall if they did anything similar but once again the USPTO shows that obvious patents are awarded.  I say that based on the fact that all touch sceen devices existing LONG before the iPhone and there for all touch keyboards also existed long before the iPhone.  That said users were typing on them and needing to have more predictive text input.  Of course Apple once again took another companies idea...
I find it comical that Apple is blaming the economy for sluggish sales given how Apple products have been always proven recession proof, perhaps not.  Perhaps users are smart enough this time around to wait for the iP5 or iP6 or New iPhone or Next iPhone or whatever its going to be called due to the rumored NFC, LTE and larger screen.  Can we be blamed for NOT wanting to spend money on a model that is outdated in 3 months and be old and a year of obsolesence built into it.
Apple's method for calculating their IP value vs Samsungs FRAND IP value is highly distorted.  Without Samsungs IP for UMTS Apple is dead in the water on 3G technology and their devices go no where.  As for their high valuation for trade dress, well that is more hot air hype.   The valuation on trade dress should be based on the real world question of would you buy this Samsung product if it didn't have the following . . . curved corners, bezel around the screen,...
Actually just about every Android tablet looks like that, so does the BlackBerry Playbook in fact just about every tablet today has rounded corners, and a bezel because that is how the display's are made.  Does the BB PlayBook infringe on the iPad?  NO it does not.   The battle is just a way to keep competition from the market.   -Typed on my iPad3 on Verizon LTE.
While this would be great news and I am anxiously awaiting the next iPhone I just don't see it happening.  Apple has always made September about the iPod and Music, iPhone would be October and November would or could be the new mini iPad with revised iPad 3 as well.  This way they would dominate the news cycle for media players, smartphones and tablets leading into Q4 for the holidays and rack up very solid sales.   I would of course be happy to get the next iPhone...
I disagree and do see it as relevant to the case.  Apple's sole mission is to destroy Android and frankly any competing OS that stands in their way.  Jobs was quoted and his disdain towards Android, Google and their OEM's was well known and documented.   What I am starting to see is a bias by Judge Koh, and future grounds for appeal.  Judge Posner's dismissal of the Motorola vs Apple case was on the mark.  Neither side won, neither side lost per se.  But he is 100%...
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