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But the battery is generally physically smaller in each generation. Whenever the battery tech is improved, Apple uses that improvement to make the battery physically smaller. Honestly I'm quite surprised someone with your esteem is being this pedantic about something such as battery life. People complain about battery life (as proven by several surveys) and yet Apple still keeps shrinking the physical dimensions of the battery to satisfy Johnny's OCD. It's diminishing...
So if Apple released a phone that had no new features compared to the last generation but was just thinner, it'd still sell like hot cakes? From anecdotal evidence, people often complain about the battery life on their iOS devices. The A series CPUs are the most efficient by far, but unfortunately the advances in efficiency are used purely to make the phone thinner, not to actually make it more useful with a longer lasting battery.No significant new battery technologies...
Ah apologies I thought you meant the AI article.
Really? Where exactly?
Disabling non-HID mouse control when a keychain request dialog is active would sort out one of the problems. There are however still a large number of non-App Store apps that require installation, and worse installation with admin/root privileges. Apple's restrictions on the App Store aren't doing anyone any favours here, except malware authors. The reason being it's quite common to need an app that requires more access to the system than Apple's sandbox will provide, so...
Such desperation. IMO people might try it, realise what a nightmare Android is, then abandon it, incredulous.
IMO it'd be good if there was a visual cue that force touch is available on a particular screen within each app. I often forget to think about trying it out in various Watch apps and miss half the functionality. It'd only need something simple such as a slight wiggle when the app opened (like the one you get when you force touch something non-force-touchable) and it'd let you know FT is available on that screen, and at the same time remind you that force touch is a thing.
Why? How do they benefit the industry or inventors? How is it destroying the patent system?Hopefully the UK won't be for much longer
Because of course, it's a Fandroid site and they can't possibly compare an Apple device with another and have the Apple device "win". If they compared it with the 6+ it would be more fair as it has a relatively comparable battery. Still. If the 6 was slightly thicker (OMG NO WAY) it could have a much beefier battery, even if it was 1mm thicker the battery would be ~20% more. Is 1mm thickness worth sacrificing 20% battery life? IMO, nope.
Not sure this will be too popular unless Apple open sources (at least the protocol) for HomeKit. I'm not going to switch from Apple gear, but it would be pretty silly to build into your house a system that uses a proprietary protocol that's only usable with one manufacturer's device. Apple's got quite a history of changing something which may well be for the better, but at the same time making it incompatible with the old. I can just imagine HomeKit 2.0 coming out with a...
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