You should never buy any technology product until it's out at least 2 months IMO. Just to give them a chance to work out all the production kinks. Especially considering the sheer volume on new Apple products these days.
I don't get your defensiveness. I'm a stock holder and the less than sRGB display on the mini is annoying. Next I'm guessing we'll see the rMini get an sRGB display, but for €399 for a 16GB version Apple should of added it this year if they about having the best products over making money.
Interesting. Hoping to see more on this. Quote:Originally Posted by Flaneur Also, your favorite Apple blogger Gruber says today in his review that he sees no difference in color. That ought to close the case for you. /s Haha! This video goes out to ol' Grubes: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yVJnMj2oKfo
1. That's laughable as a con. 2. No mention of reduced display colour gamut compared to some of the competition and most notably the iPad Air?I sure hope this is a bad batch or something, because this doesn't look like Apple quality to me.
Yes you can.Like I said, there's a new company out there with an iPhone app and iPhone card reader that has the ability to suck in your cards into your iPhone via a single swipe, presenting you with a visual representation of your card and then transmitting that same scanned information wirelessly over the air via some unknown patent-pending 'magic' to a credit card swipe machine. They had a video and everything. From what I know the service hasn't hit the market yet, and...