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#1. Who in their right mind would purposely bend a phone like this, after paying the bucks. #2. If you buy a 6+ , why would anyone put it in their back pocket, or for that matter, in their front pocket! Its freakin huge. I don't remember EVER putting my phone in the back pocket of any variety of pants I wear. Not iPhones, not Blackberries, not even my Palms or my Palm Treos. Wonder if he got a bit of sponsorship from Samsung on this. Not like they haven't pulled these...
Those that don't like cases, perhaps you haven't held an iPhone 6 yet. Did you see that video of that guy dropping his as soon as he got it out of the box? Its so thin, and slippery, its insane. Get a case, with some grip. I stuck with the Griffin case, simple, clean, with grip.
Well, our local Apple store generally is packed, on slow days. The Much larger Microsoft store generally has 2-3 customers in the store at most. And, its expensive rent in that high level mall. I imagine thats gonna be similar in NYC.
Not gonna fit the new iPhone 6 in a couple of months.
What iWatch? Guess I missed the announcement.
I'm hoping we can still keep the photos local (with backups of course), and not be forced to upload them to the cloud. For many reasons, I still don't like keeping personal photos in the cloud. Not that there are any overtly sensitive pics on there (too old for that these days), but I worry about hacking, security issues, etc, with pics of grandchildren, lifestyle, personal possessions, and especially gps enabled pics. Thats why I turned all that stuff off on flickr. (and...
Very simple. If the larger one has it, and the smaller one doesn't, why even switch from my 5? I'll wait. I hope Apple doesn't do something like this. Would be a big buzz killer.
How thin do we need the phone? I for one actually prefer a touch of heft.
No, actually, I'm complaining that applications we rely on, may not be supported for some time, by the software vendors. Similar to what happened with some of the Adobe apps, and what happened to Quicken, when the OS could no longer support PowerPC apps. What were we told in that year or two before they re-supported (or rather supported) the newest OS10? The vendors told us to switch to windows. Doubt that would happen these days. However, we are stuck (for good or bad)...
There are still IT departments out there, that refuse to support Mac. Anyone in the corporate world knows this. At this time, either remotely or via Parallels etc. To give this up, would be not only irritating, but for me, a terrible choice. How many remember not being able to use PowerPC native apps when the OS switches took place? This would be equally as bad. It would cause me to not buy a new mac, for the first time in over 25 years.
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