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For me the allure of a larger screen is simply that it is easier to read. The millions of older people who use reading glasses, but don't wear glasses for anything else are inconvenienced by small screen sizes. Not always, but in many instances, we have to put on our reading glasses to read fine detail on the phone screen - including overly tiny text. My hope is that these larger screens will help with this issue. I also feel that this has been a driver of consumers...
Here is a nice documentary/interview with Newson from BBC.  It's in multiple parts, the link is to the first - http://youtu.be/uoS71sBKESI Lots of good detail on his designs and a look at how he works.   One thing that concerns me a little, is his ability or lack thereof to function in a highly structured, corporate environment.  I don't think he can.  So maybe its better that he remains based in UK.  Something went wrong in his relationship with Ikepod, with both...
Well, he has designed a spaceship: And a car: And a boat: And a jet-pack: And something I personally own, a dish drainer:  
Well of course they expect Apple to set the standard. Particularly since they have been wholly unable to do it on their own.
When I was briefly an iOS AHA I remember there was a special type of alert that would go out to all support people for a "capture" process.  If a customer called with a specific problem that fit the capture specs we would send them to the capture team who would, I assume, swap a new phone for the suspect one so engineers could analyze the issue.  This was for all products including older ones, not just new stuff.
That's for sure.  Plus if more companies did this there would be less waste in the manufacturing stream.  Fewer devices in land fills, greater efficienies etc.
I believe this structure to the Compassionate Enema Pavilion, there to serve the needs of Fandroids and Samsung-biased press members who will become spontaneously "blocked" upon seeing what Apple introduces.
I think what was determined is that the way the chemical were being used and handled was not dangerous to workers.  As unpleasant as both chemicals are, they can be used safely with proper precautions.  There is however a pretty big expense associated with their use due to the hazards both human and environmental.  No one is going to magically discover that benzene is not a carcinogen or that hexane doesn't destroy testicular tissue.  That is long settled information.
AI would be a pretty lonely place if we didn't beat dead horses and dissect done deals. 
It is very doubtful that Apple would make this change if doing so had any serious impact on their business.  Tim Cook "The King of Operations" would not stand for this.  Also, I think it is certainly your choice to view this as Apple "caving" to "extremist groups", but again it is doubtful that Apple looks at it this way.  I certainly don't - it's really more of a PR victory.
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