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TS for one. 
So nobody wants to use a phone bigger than a 5S?   By following Samsung's lead, Apple could well make back as much or more money it's claimed they lost  from them copying Apple and Samsung's sales will suffer.   Revenge, and it didn't take years in the courts or making a lot of lawyers very wealthy, just competition.
Apple invented this 7000 series alloy did they? http://www.alibaba.com/showroom/7000-series-aluminum-alloy-sheet.html As for the SIM ejector tool : http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/112212/liquidmetal-created-sim-ejector-tool-for-apples-iphone-ipad And that would explain the 'why'.  Perhaps the SIM ejector tool only seems light because it's small? A colourful character who claims to have co-invented a LM alloy said he expected Apple would need to spend 300 - 500 million to...
 I have a Citizen Eco-Drive that might just prove you wrong.
Thanks.  I couldn't see anything to backup the claim that "professional photographers have labeled the iPhone camera the best in mobile".  The closest was a comment from someone who said he was a professional and who said his son worked for Apple. I was puzzled by the claim because every phone camera comparison I have seen rates the Nokia 1020 as having the best camera.  The 5S obviously has a very capable camera and does some great things with image processing but it...
You have convinced me.   I'm right.
Liquid Metal is expensive, dense and heavy. I think Apple got into LM because they thought it would solve a problematic issue at the time - possibly laptop hinges - then found a cheaper better solution that didn't require it.  Apple is very forward thinking but I really doubt their interest in LM was purely speculative and this many years off in the future. Four years have passed since Apple acquired the LM rights and nothing has eventuated.  Contrast that with their...
That sounds very interesting, do you have a link for that, I'd like to read what they have to say?
Marketing guff about them using perfectly ordinary and commonly available alloys of aluminium, steel and gold.  Do you really think Apple needs to reinvent the wheel when it comes to the materials watches are made from?  Custom just means you asked for something to be done for you and someone then did it. Do you really think the Aerospace industry had to wait for Apple to make a watch before they had access to decent Aluminium based alloys.  Rolex, Omega, TAG, Longines,...
You want there to be liquid metal so you see liquid metal where there clearly isn't any.
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