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I think you might have missed my point. They don't have to do anything to the pixels. Just allow the whole sensor to be used. It's already basically 4K. Maybe they increase the size of the sensor a tad to allow the .3 megapixels needed for true UHD. Like i said, you lose the electronic image stabilization, but just make it optical anyway. Put it in the lens like the Plus model.    Yup. 
4K capture is what is important here. Whether you view it in 4K (UHD) or downsample it to HD for a tighter image, is up to you.Obviously there is more that goes into an image than just resolution, but why not 4K? We're already dealing with sensors that can do it. It's just a matter of using the whole sensor versus a cropped area of it like they use now. Add to that H.265 (which Apple is already using for facetime) and storage space won't be as much of a concern...
I'm happy they are finally bringing iBooks to the mac. I've never actually bought an iBook, but that's because I don't like reading long stuff on my iPhone and I don't yet have an iPad. Nice to see they will support even higher resolution images now.
Selling them online. Big deal. So do 50 billion other online shops. 
 Agreed. Apple is not going to annouce a retina mini and ship it after the Holidays. That would kill the sales of the mini at a time when they could be making big Holiday money. Either they release it or they don't hold an event. No reason to hold an event for just the full sized iPad.  
Took me multiple tries and a handful of failures but finally got it after about two hours.  Wow this is a bit jarring. The movement of things is different. Wasn't expecting that. Will take a little getting used to.   
Are you implying that everyone here works on a computer for a living? 
Let's hope this bigger iPhone is out this September. My time for device renewal is then. I don't want to have to jump to an HTC One just because I want a bigger screen.
I have questions. Hopefully some of you can answer. Do you apply the filters before or after taking the photo? If it's before is there a way to get back the original image? If after does it save the filtered photo as a new photo? Also if after, do you have to go in manually, select the photo and then filter it or does it prompt you to filter it after the photo is taken? The latter could be annoying if you're trying to shoot multiple photos one after another quickly. I am...
I wonder if swiping left in the app switcher view shows music playback controls like it does currently when switching apps. Probably not since there are music controls in the control pane or whatever it's called.
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