I see they've switched from copying the 6-year-old design of the second iPhone, and moved on to copying the 4-year-old styling of the iPhone 4. We should see their iPhone 6 knock-off shells appear in 2018 to 2020, then.
Apple's best move is to funnel iPhone 6 Plus units directly to the lucrative Nagromme market. Once that market is saurated (very-low-single-digit sales volume), then and only then should they begin shipments to China and other markets.
Shazam is an app I almost NEVER use... but when I do I want it badly and I want it fast!
It doesn't earn a place on my Home Screen page 1, nor my Dock, and I end up forgetting where I put it and doing a Spotlight search.
Siri seems like a good way to have this function at the ready, quickly, without having to hunt.
I like this change: I let WAY too many images pile up in my Camera Roll, AND I often go back to find one again in the endless sea of past images. So, a little "temporary auto-organization" may be just the ticket!
I agree--I'd have to REALLY trust a company first (and that could happen eventually) before allowing "full access." But that's not ALL add-on keyboards. I'd like a list of those that do NOT require "full access." Those are the ones I'll be looking at. I know full access allows cloud AI and other legitimate things, but it's not worth it to me--not for simply customizing my keyboard.
"Nervous mocking" sounds like a loaded pro-Apple slant on these companies' materials. But it's actually clearly dead on.
(I also can't help noting what a bunch of face-touchers those Apple Watch users are.)