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Dr Dre and Iovine are shrewd Business Men. Not Innovators. So, I am a bit left in the dark on how they are going to re-imagine iTunes? Selling exclusive content on iTunes won't do.   Back on topic:   Their Beats headphones might be fashionable right now, but it just isn't working for me.   I am finding them ... monstrous.
Well, you could have a subtle haptic poke on your wrist. It's going to make you feel less stressed, like someone tapping your shoulder when you should really leave. It would work for me as I am always running late for meetings.  Intelligent time - and not fitness - is the killing feature in the  watch for me. I am surprised it is not very prominent in Apple's communication. It is a watch, right? Perhaps it is because of iCal that needs to be re-imagined? 
I hope 2015 will be the year that everyone keeps their phone in their bag.   It is just plain annoying when you are talking to someone who is constantly glancing at his phablet. And speaking of phablets, they take up the whole friggin' table space! Very rude.   For that alone, I'd like the  watch to be a huge success: Wearing your digital life on your sleeve is less offensive than putting it on the table.
A colourful iPhone mini is going to look great in tiny - not fully grown - teenage hands.
 That's pretty scary. Who knows what is going on in the Samsung factories? The BBC should take an undercover look ... 
CNET reports that Apple will cease production of the 5C in mid 2015. It looks like Apple is planning to already phase out the 32bit architecture.Also, the current 5C doesn't have Touch id and  pay. It would make sense to design a new small iPhone from the ground up.
The iPhone mini would make so much sense. Especially with Continuity around: Who needs screen estate if you have the iPad mini and (12 inch) macbook air? You just leave the phone in your bag.
Fair point.My argument was based upon Apple being a shareholder of Disney.
My point is that launching an innovative pay service on xmas eve testimonies of bad taste, which I am not used from Apple.  The magic of  pay is - deliberately? - being confused with the magic of xmas eve. One has nothing to do with the other as Apple's true magical Holliday ad campaign testimonies. Anyone is welcome to respond to this post. Please keep it on topic: Apple misrepresenting xmas and contradicting their holiday ad campaign. Don't make it personal, I already...
I am always trying to be constructive in my arguments. Never attacking the person. However, the xmas eve thing struck an emotional chord with me. Apologies if I have upset you. I am a human being after all.I've learned something from sog35's xmas video in this thread. Perhaps it is time to re-imagine xmas, as they've done throughout history? Something's got lost.End of story.
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