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That's comparing data formatted for a square display. If you do round data, the equivalent square display is bigger:The 3rd image is if you have a reduced bezel, which doesn't look too bad, the far right image is trying to fit the same content from the round watch onto the screen size that Apple is currently using. The glass curvature might distort the image so that may explain why they've gone with such a large bezel. It will also be down to how a sharp corner looks when...
Benjamin Frost had been making more and more offensive posts. His most recent posts crossed the line. Commenters' posts reflect on the quality of the site. This wasn't to do with having one opinion or another. It's about how you express your opinion and not disrupting discussion threads. The aim is civility, not conformity: http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/184333/appleinsiders-updated-commenting-guidelines How people reacted to Benjamin's posts didn't help matters, some...
I forgot they didn't support displayport input. Displayport displays work over Thunderbolt but Thunderbolt displays don't work over displayport. They should though.Their Cinema display should work with the displayport adaptor. Thunderbolt peripherals won't work at all over USB C.
Just like they did on the iPods.You don't need to scroll much more. If the message is short then it's all visible just the same. The square one can handle about 20 words vs 15 on the round one. Average words per tweet would fit:http://blog.oup.com/2009/06/oxford-twitter/If you think the watch is going to allow web browsing and gaming, you clearly haven't been paying attention to what the people who designed it have been saying. Here's what you said about screen...
Those other things aren't wearables nor in a class of jewellery. Also, you're talking about best for their functional purpose. The Apple Watch is designed to be used for seconds, the other products for hours. There's also the content being shown, all video content is produced square but you won't be viewing videos on the watch whereas you would on all the others.The same would be true of all watches. Software interaction looks ok on round (...
How are you trying to boot it up? If you have an external USB to SATA enclosure, you'd plug the drive in, format it as a GUID partition map in Disk Utility if it isn't already and you can close your internal drive over to it with an app like SuperDuper or Carbon Copy Cloner or install a clean OS using the App Store:http://computers.tutsplus.com/tutorials/how-to-install-os-x-1010-yosemite-on-an-external-drive--cms-21330Once you have a system on the drive, boot holding...
I assume this is a joke but it should just need a USB C to displayport adaptor. I don't know why Apple didn't make one but Google made one.
They introduced the digital crown to maintain the familiarity of control with a standard watch. They have retained the strap designs of standard watches like buckles and clasps. Ive was studying horology and they went to all the trouble of making an animated solar system watch face and they include round analog watch faces. They even made a Mickey Mouse watch face. Their chronograh watch face was "modelled on the very first analogue stopwatches". There's no analog watches...
This is to be expected from those manufacturers. The Huawei is priced at 349 euros for black/silver and 399 euros for gold. If Apple designed that watch, it would look better. They are about the same thickness: Apple watch is 10.5mm, Huawei is 11.3mm. The curved edges help hide the thickness.Apple separated the sensors out a bit which will lift it off the wrist:The black part on the bottom will be touching the wrist:Some people like the utility of digital with the...
They put more thought into why they're making the product rather than just deciding to make something and figuring out what will sell:"Along the way, the Apple team landed upon the Watch’s raison d’être. It came down to this: Your phone is ruining your life. Like the rest of us, Ive, Lynch, Dye, and everyone at Apple are subject to the tyranny of the buzz—the constant checking, the long list of nagging notifications. “We’re so connected, kind of ever-presently, with...
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