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duh! You have missed the point entirely.
That also. But, try scrolling through the tiny photos in date order as well. The old camera roll matrix photos were easier to see.
Because, maybe, they don't remember when a photo was taken/added to their camera roll. In the toll, all photos were there for the user to scroll through. It's not so easy to do that under the new organization. Now, if apple wants to satisfy both the old and the new, they can add the roll back or they can give us larger views in the current set up, viewed by date, without having to scroll through endless screens of photos separated by date.
I guess that's why they filed the patent. And, no, I don't think this concept is necessarily limited to skeuomorphic design. And, even if it has skeuomorphic design elements, that does not limit the overall design. After all, it's design has to have some relevancy to and be recognizable by people's perceptual realities. If not, if it strays too far from the recognizable, or it makes too many choices about how it is to be used (by us), it then becomes unusable.
I wonder if this GUI will be used in future, new devices that Apple does not currently market but has in development. It would seem that a multi-core device using the A-8 or similar chip, larger touch screen, providing a more-desktop feel while maintaining portability could be a possibility with such a GUI.
Proud to be a wall-hugger because that means I am using my phone. A lot. A whole lot. As for quick charging... It fully charges in an hour or less. Samsung would be ecstatic if their users could use their phones as much as Apple's phones are used.
So, if you use your phone, you can't save your battery. If you save your battery, you can't use your phone. Personally, I would rather use mine. And, I do. Constantly. Ten house of use per day, if I drain the battery. Give me a charger. Samsung user report longer battery life why? Because they use them only as phones and for nothing else. Inn short, they don't use them heavily. One of these days, Samsung is going to irritate Apple just enough. Just enough that they will...
Amazon has little cost and almost no risk invested in the E-books they sell. Most of their 30% will go to profit.Meanwhile, Hatchett spends money on author development, editing, book and cover design, preparation for a variety of e-book formats other than Amazons, for administrative cost. Very little of that 30% will go to profit, if there is any.The amount for the author is probably insufficient at low sales volumes and ok at moderate volumes.What Amazon proposes is not...
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