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Here are the images in question.
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I guess this means the new nano was popular. I like the simplicity of the home button. I like that consecutive taps always take you to the app folder>springboard>first home screen>search no matter where you are. I don't see Steve ever asking people to perform a scrunch gesture (five finger pinch) on an iPhone sized screen for something as rudimentary as returning to the home screen. If they did remove they home button anywhere it would be the iPad. I imagine that...
I would have thought network performance was entirely dependent on the quality of the signal each company was able to provide in a given area. In that sense the model that suits you most will depend entirely on where you are using it. Is that too fanboy?
Yes and no. I think if it was about cosmetics then Steve would prioritise having fewer gaps than having more in order for them to be symmetrical. I was surprised that he didn't didn't disguise them further the first time around by locating the gaps at the headphone jack and the 30 pin connector socket. I think this means the antennae sections will be at the top and base of the device and the two straight metal sections on the sides will serve to separate the two antennae...
I thought that was clear from the outset. The speaker will be on the bevel so it is not in contact with any surface the iPad may be laying against. The design cue is from the iPod touch not the iPhone 4.PS- Merry Christmas!
That's not true:http://images.apple.com/ipodtouch/de...ks20100901.jpg The rounded edges now level out into a completely flat surface (so the iPod lays flat). This is not the case for the third generation iPod touch and first generation iPad. The current iPad has a sharp edge but a rounded back surface. Apple took this design cue from the iMac (so the consumer would think of it more as a computer than an oversized iPod touch).
Agreed. Keep it flat & matte!
I'd love a dedicated shoulder button for launching the camera app and to trigger the camera shutter once it's launched. Think of all the candid moments you could capture if a photo was only two button presses away from any screen. On-screen software controls are best for most applications but definitely not for the camera shutter and games that are designed with console controls in mind.
It would be great if apple displayed the average amount people spend on in app purchases on the app download page. It would make it easier to spot these kind of apps that abuse the inn app purchase system in exchange for game progress by leveraging the same vulnerabilities that poker machines exploit. As an old school gamer I prefer to spend my time on games that are discreet crafted experiences. Thankfully the app store has plenty of those.
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