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Um, no.http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/159442/apple-worked-on-google-glass-like-device-decided-it-wasnt-worth-itWhy would anyone be afraid? Seems like an odd thing to say. It doesn't compete with anything from Apple in any way. People think these things are weird and have no current practical application for them. How is that hard to comprehend?
Remember how people said that about the original iphone? Apple made the phone smaller when they made the screen bigger for a reason. What do you think that could be?Apple did manage to make the best 4" screen phone out there, judging by demand. If some people want to guess apple will not release a phone with a comparable form factor to current 5"/6" phones, they might be right. You seem to saying they definitely will, which seems equally naive.Are those actual quotes!?! I...
Apart from the timing in Samsung's ad being completely off comparatively, the ad also differe in one substantial way: whilst the iPhone ad showed something fresh and new and better in many ways than the old thing everyone has used before, the Samsung ad shows something that is an old idea, executed less well (than it is depicted fictionally) that noone has ever used before. Without any evidence that anyone will ever want to talk to their wrist other than to give the...
Huh? That first statement is just appallingly written.
As far as I can tell, the Nicknames come up in apps like Messages, but not in Contacts/Phone rendering this feature useless!?!Otherwise would be awesome as could put A, A's Dad, Bank Manager, etc.
THE FOLLOWING IS A JOKEFFS.I note they now have both a Mobile and Carrier section in Settings, and with the lack of carrier customisation and built-in FaceTime calling, this says to me Dumb Pipes
Intentionally
The ad focuses on the iPhones being made of colour, no cross-sections of circuit boards, chips, no exploded multi-part home button (obv for good reason); there is a strong focus on the technology disappearing to appear to be constituted as a whole object. This is how iPods have always been marketed, not as tech with CPUs, components and parts, but as a hardware interface, an integrated tool for solving a problem. In this case, the problem for many potential customers will...
The reason I called it an "oversight" is because they hadn't done it and are now
Well that's a bit of an oversight.Or maybe just overly optimistic. Maybe not.Can't be many 3GSs left, can there?iOS7 may just be a Leopard-esque -almost superficial- update, but I think those that can, will.
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