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Did someone figure out what the tag line for the recent presentation -- "it's been way too long" -- was actually about?   What exactly was 'way too long' to wait for in the recent set of updates/intros?
(John B gave DroidFTW the cite).
I got an email from them earlier today. One regular card and two co-branded.
90%+ of my iPad use is in landscape mode (I am quite sure I am not the only one for whom that is true), which effectively makes the 'top' button a 'side' button, so this is a moot point.
I think that 'one-handed 6' -- especially 6+ -- is an oxymoron. Unless you're a basketball player.That said, I should point out that this is all a minor quibble. I love the 6.
From my pov, that's a problem not a solution. I thought that was precisely what was brilliant about putting the on/off button on top.
But why move it to the side on the iPhone? What do you think was the reasoning there?
I've had it for almost a month, and I have not got used to it yet. I keep hitting it by accident. The really annoying part is, when the phone is set down on landscape mode, I am watching, say, a news broadcast, and I want to increase or decrease the volume: the damn thing turns off if I press the volume button a bit too hard! (Incidentally, does anyone know if the feature of 'muting by pressing and holding for a few seconds the down volume button' has disappeared? If so,...
Why is the on/off button positioning not consistent with the new iPhone design?   (For the record, I prefer it on top).
The truth needs to come out on what happened here. Let the chips fall where they may.
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