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 I'll agree with you here.Why is it so hard for folks to see that real Net Neutrality and common carrier rules is the way to go?We've been through all of this several times already with the telegraph and telephone about a century ago. We used the principles we learned in setting up the internet a few decades ago. Why do we keep letting our communications slip away?
 So now Apple is wandering down the road of Crapplications. How very quaint and Microsoft.OK, we can hide the crap, great. Let's all do a slow clap.But where are the obvious useful things that could and should be there, but aren't?I consider my AppleTV (gen 3) "rather lame," and that's gennerous.
LOL  :-)
Yeah, right. Stock isn't real money.If you agree, just give me $12B in FB stock. I'm sure FB stockholders won't mind either.
 It's most likely a render done by an undergrad student. It's what is often referred to as "design porn" or "air design."It's a visual concept produced by laying some rearranged iOS screen shots and a little illustrator work onto a simple shape that's well lit in an idealized setting, and then rendering it.You see it as plausible because it looks photorealistic.I'm unimpressed by "photorealism" and focus on design, so to me it looks inexplicit and unrealistic.
 Well, there's no accounting for taste!Sorry, I should have put a ;-) on my post. Not because I'm joking, just because I didn't mean to offend ;-)As a designer, I'm pretty picky on design concepts. The think I hate most about it is I can see it really is *not* a feasible design. As others have pointed out, it would be unusable. Even if the bangle like design were feasible, stylistically it would be rejected by most users. Apple, it they do an iWatch, will produce something...
 If the released product looks anything like these renderings, I'd be surprised [and would never buy one.]I pray Apple has better taste than you . . .  think they have. Seriously the design concept looks appropriate for children.
 It's good to know we have a company that understands us. God bless "Team America!" "F- Yeah!" 
 Funny how all this stuff shakes out. Who has precedence?Every skier, upon finishing, immediately removes at least one ski and holds it upright. The logo of the ski company is always right at the level of the skier's face, for all the world to see. Must annoy any company that has sponsored the event.
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