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That's still a speaker isn't it?  Just a very simple, one-tone, buzzer-like one.
I'm mostly on your side, as I think a phone's speakers are best used for ringtones and notification tones and nothing else, but I think you're overstating it a little bit.  The HTC One speakers are pretty well reviewed, and managed to have noticeable stereo:   http://www.whathifi.com/htc/one-m8/review http://www.trustedreviews.com/htc-one-m8_Mobile-Phone_review     EDIT: Posted before I saw the most recent reply.
Are there 1TB drives available at 1.8"?
Forgive my ignorance, but what does D&G stand for, in that context?  I've never seem that acronym before.
 Fixed that for you.
I've been searching and can't find either confirmation or denial, and barely a mention of the question.  I can see Mac <--> Mac as being something of a niche, but I'd have thought iPhone <--> iPad would have a wider appeal.
Any idea where you heard Mac <-> Mac?  I've only heard Mac <-> iPhone/iPad. Handoff is even advertised as a Mac to iOS feature in Yosemite: http://www.apple.com/osx/preview/  and http://www.apple.com/osx/preview/mac-and-ios/  (doesn't preclude Mac to Mac, or iOS to iOS, but definitely doesn't suggest it either)
  Good to know I'm not the only one!
Putting a speaker in the remote for this singular purpose doesn't sound like something Apple would do.  They're already pared the buttons down to pretty much the bare minimum to make the thing tiny.
I was arguing for NFC in the phone rather than a proprietary Apple alternative for precisely that reason.  The benefit to retailers for allowing people to pay with their iPhone is unlikely to be enough to prompt the investment in additional payment tacking technology unless Apple do a stupendous job in keeping costs down and advertising value add. Meanwhile, it seems like the contactless payments are being integrated into PDQ machines as standard now in the UK, so...
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