And remember that cable companies will boost the cost for data-only plans, so add internet: $60, HBO: $15, Apple Package $40, Netflix $7, and a few more, and you're back up into the $200 range. Got us coming and going.
Oh great... now we can be blinded by morons in front of us taking flash selfies, along with those using flash to light up stages 100 yards away.
It worries me that this is the first new iPhone in years that I'm thinking isn't worth upgrading for.
Hopefully the 2nd year contract people will keep the upgrades flowing.
Good for you. But odds are that you are young, and in proximity to friends/family.For those of us with widely dispersed family and friends, FB is an amazing way to maintain or reestablish relationships that otherwise would have withered.Don't be so quick to look down on solutions that work for people other than yourself.
People who don't get the use for a iPad Pro tend to be people who think 'productivity' = spreadsheets and databases.
As a musician, I'm drooling to get my hands on a 12.9" iPad that supports split screen and perhaps even USB-C.
Being able to do transcriptions by having Coda on one side and Symphony Pro on the other for notation would be perfect.
A large (yet light) screen on my music stand for charts with a USB footswitch for advancing pages would be a god-send.
Ah, good 'ol knee jerk Libertarianism at work...Couldn't be that LACK of government action (in the form of preventing telecom monopolies) is the real problem, and that they should be instead regulated as utilities, huh?