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You are probably right, but I'm not 100% sure. Seeing that I saw those tiny lines the first time I held it in my hand! I imagine that even non techies could see, even if unconsciously, that a screen with a higher PPI would look better. But yes, it would be a very marginal difference. But we all know Apple is all about detail, so I'm convinced they will increase it to around 400ppi which would be perfect.
Also, that ppi is clearly overkill, but I wouldn't be surprised if they actually use it. The iPhone might need an increase to its ppi to reach a level close to the S4 (which IMO is the maximum ppi I care about) because I can still see some lines of pixels in some conditions.
I find it incredible that they put so much confusion on their models, with a prime and standard version, on purpose. A colleague of mine, who is very tech savvy, bought a Galaxy S3 thinking that it was the top model. It was in fact the model with the slower processor. A lot of people probably think their Galaxy phone has a X-core processor when it actually has X/2 processors. Not that it matters.
Same thing in France. I saw it yesterday but didn't read and realize that it was that, but I just checked and saw the iTunes Radio screen, before it disappeared after a second.
What don't you like about it? I didn't use it a lot since the update, but it looks fine.I don't see how something can regress if they add back features. And it's not like Ive is doing all the work by himself, isolated in his office.
 I had heard about that. I wonder if it can easily be cut to a curved form though.  Totally. A mouse should never be needed for iOS.I'm convinced that there are very simple rules that Apple follows to define their products.I wouldn't be surprised if the Mac is the machine made to be used with a mouse. I mean, that's the simplest differentiator between the two.  
 Yes, you can use a keyboard, but not a mouse. But my central point were the windowed apps anyway. But as they imply in the article... http://www.macworld.com/article/2090829/apple-executives-on-the-mac-at-30-the-mac-keeps-going-forever.html ...it certainly isn't a good idea to use windows on a small tablet screen. A big screen like on a Mac is much better. But here come into play the rumors about the iPad Pro...
Federighi and others gave a great interview to Macworld explaining why Mac won't merge with iOS. You can disagree with them, but it's amazing to see, once again, how clear it is in their minds what a Mac is and why it should exist, and how clear their vision for the future is. Very few companies do that, and most of Apple's competitors just don't. They clearly don't want to follow trends just for the sake of it.I'd like too to have one single system. Because I would want...
The mention of sapphire glass is truly fascinating. He confirmed that they are using it for something, apparently something big. My bet is indeed the iWatch. The smaller the screen, the more annoying a scratch is, and watches often scratch.
No happening. I expect a phone keeping the current screen size, the 5S or a 6C. And a metallic one with a larger screen. Both with the same internals.
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