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My guess is that Nike got first hand information on Apple's new wearable(s), and probably got invited as a partner to develop software available at the release date. Nike probably felt "they have no chance in competing with hardware" and quickly closed the wrist band project... which might mean that Apple's wearable is not too shabby.
I think Siri is definitely one of the biggest R&D costs (if it counts as R&D) It's a huuuge, dare I say messy, never ending project. And if they aim to cover more and more languages.. holy crap... And all I'm doing with Siri is to tell her occasionally to set the timer to 8 minutes now and then...   The message from interviews with the big guys like Jony and Schiller etc. that I feel they wanna send out is that "We're just getting started", implying that they have got...
They could probably change to lightning port audio anytime they want... But yeah, it's probably B.S. :)
Yeah, totally my first thought too.Not that this visionary thinking automatically gives authenticity to these pictures, but just saying... It's nice that they get thinner and lighter etc… but currently, I think battery life is the biggest drawback of the iPhones. They're showing people in all the ads in these wild lifestyle situations, filming, taking pictures, facetiming, navigating in the wilderness, sleeping on the wall of a cliff etc. The truth is you absolutely have...
The day they can create a true hologram with rich blacks and brights is the day they'll release the full fledged version. I hope they'll release a serious update for the units already out there too. They've sold a LOT of them.
Motion- and gesture control is MESSY! Nooooooo...
I hope so.. But it's been working for all our devices for a long time. Perhaps it broke down right this instant.
I didn't have charging issues before. 7.0. Now with 7.1 the charging seems to go on-off-on-off randomly. iPhone 4S Edit: There's no problem wen chargin from the mac though.
A couple of years from now the 5C might be the new entry level 4. We'll see how Apple meant to do it. It'd make sense if the update cycle of the 5c isn't annual, instead pushing production costs down and keeping the design separate from the top line. The C and S might look somewhat similar today, but in a few years it'll probably be even more different from the top line, and cheaper, making it increasingly more appealing as an entry level phone. Just my thoughts.
I've been using my iPhone 4S a LOT for everything, and it's always in my jeans pocket. I'm sure a 5.5" or a 6" even would be more useful in terms of content creation, reading, drawing, everything… but I'm worried a 6" model wouldn't fit in my pocket anymore.   Hey all of ye phablet people, I'm wondering. How do you carry it around? Is it small enough for keeping in the jacket pocket? Or do you carry it around in a purse or what? I guess jeans pocket is out of the...
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