To be fair, I have never had an issue with Apple's low GB entry phones. I always just buy the cheapest because I upload and stream everything from my Synology. I have no need for masses of storage, and I guess I'm probably not the only one.My Macbook Pro on the other hand, now that's a different story, I'll take the fastest and largest ya got!
The thing is, most Macbook users just use a browser and an email client. They have no desire to run anything particularly processor intensive. ARM is already 'good enough' for the majority of users, and any of the old dinosaur apps will just have to start from scratch. We already see Adobe/Microsoft on stage taking the iPad pro seriously, I think it's just a matter of time before a device of this kind appears.
It seems like only a year ago people on here were arguing with me saying ARM chips would never come close to being fit for laptops. Funny how time and progression changes things :)I didn't know the 6S was beating the MacBook in benchmarks, that's pretty impressive.
I much prefer US English, it makes much more logical sense. They modernised the language in the early 1900's, then the UK tried to do it a few years later and are still battling the luddites to this day.
I prefer the word Trash. Rubbish is rubbish and too long. I seriously doubt there any many UK folk who don't know what a trash can is. The word has been widely used for the last 30 or so years by anyone who has ever used a computer, or watched Sesame street.