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 Only one person, but a friend of mine in South China has the Samsung Note (or whichever is the big phablet one with the pen). In my travels to China, it seems to me most people with a descent or good job are buying iPhone and good Android phones, not cheap low-cost brands.
I certainly hope (and do have faith) that Apple is paying attention to the mostly negative consumer comments I'm reading on sites like this, CNN, Engadget, etc. If Apple puts out something with similar functionality it will flop regardless of how smooth it might look. In any event, odds are smart watches will be a niche market no matter who makes 'em.
There is no way any woman would be caught wearing that thing. To exercise/jog maybe they would, but that's about it. And we don't know pricing yet, but why would any pay a possible $150-250 for a watch they're only going to wear to for a jog or in the gym for 30-60 minutes? Especially when any smart phone or iPod that you already have can give you good exercise features and apps. Most fashionable men wouldn't want to wear that either, you got on your nice clothes then...
Or if you don't want to deal with eBay - sell it on Gazelle.com and get up to $125-130 for an iP4.
Hey.... I use their SF Bart app... and yes I do want a Twinkie or cookie for announcing that info. Can't speak for other cities but the Bart app is okay but nothing special. Good for when I need to take the train on an airport or weekend trip on occasion, not for everyday use.
Only two people but myself and a friends son have no interest in seeing this movie soley because of Kutcher. He's not a good fit for that role to us, can't take him seriously as a serious actor. They went for the 'young and hip' fan base and blew it, pick a respectable young-ish actor or a unknown who can pull it off, not the guy who married a lady almost twice his age, does corny Nikon commercials, has never made a big budget hit movie, and did Punk'd. That all equals...
If true, I look forward to buying a 128GB iPhone 6 next year. Great for large audio/video library folks and movie storage and streaming. Nice.
  I agree with everything you said (mostly), but I still think they are (as of right now - today) not being as innovative. By no means do I think they should or even can release a new hardware product every year or even every two years, that's unrealistic. However, I do think 2014 will be a very telling year. TO ME if they don't introduce a new product by end of 2014 a lot of shareholders (of which I'm not), some fans, and the media in general will start to seriously...
  1) If you stopped caring then why did you read on? 2) Name one... one... new product (not redesign, not an upgrade, not new software) but a new piece of hardware that Apple has released since Jobs' passing (and one of significance, not some tiny new product that .5% of the population knows about? 3) Is this what you do all day everyday, take shots at people comments and thoughts as if only yours is the only one of relevance and importance? 4) Sorry, I'm not an...
Big fan of Apple for many years and will always admire and respect Mr. Jobs, but all you Apple sycophants are interesting. How dare anyone say anything against the vaunted Apple... burn em at the stake. I just saw the interview on CBS and I liked Ellison, you could see his love and admiration for Mr. Jobs. And he's right... with Jobs - Apple goes up, without Jobs - Apple went down, Jobs returned and Apple rises again. Now that he's deceased, Apple is again going down...
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