You don't think some people feel trapped in a job because of their circumstances? You don't think one of those circumstances could be the need to secure health coverage for their family?
Seems pretty straightforward to me.
Obviously any interrogation can point out a multitude of flaws; but the render is professional and very well done aesthetically, the UI has a veneer of plausibility, and most importantly of all it's being used on every news site and blog all the time as if it were a real product.
Bite me.I didn't say the render represent my ideal product, just that the hardware and software illustrated give the appearance of feasibility, when I suspect neither are, so the render is raising expectations.Apples eventual product in all probability will be better in many ways than this illustration, more usable, better thought through functionality, but I strongly doubt it will be as slick, or uniform, the screen as advanced, or as high resolution, bright and...
I'm coming to hate that render, because it looks so feasible, yet common sense tells me that Apple won't be able to make anything that cool looking that is also usable, has reasonable battery life, and isn't as delicate as a snowflake.
I think that's probably a universal rule for acting any accent. British English as spoken by a native actor acting in a US TV show or movie normally sounds like a caricature of the language, and an American actor (or Australian, though you guys seem to be better at it generally) attempting the same will usually be even worse.