Can someone explain to me why Google Now went from a 4%'heard incorrectly' in December 2013 to 100% 'heard incorrectly' in July 2014? What's the point of releasing these stats unless you double-check for typos? Worthless.
Why is anyone watching this video? This jerk posts a video saying it is sapphire and now says it isn't sapphire. Is this supposed to give him some credibility or make us feel sorry for him because he came clean. He was uninformed then and is still uninformed.
This is not an either or situation. There will always be physical switches that override any home automation. But if manufacturers are building in ibeacons to their switches and you want to add a hub and turn on smartphone functionality in your iphone, you can have it very cheaply.
This video shows the mystery material bending as far as gorilla glass bends. It doesn't seem to be inhibited at all by the sapphire. So I either question the video's authenticity or the reason for additional expense. Apple doesn't maintain great margins by spendingSo Apple is going to release a new iPhone with a slightly thicker screen that costs them more??? They better sell the hell out of that sapphire to justify it's value to the customer.
If you did any long commutes you would realize that the reason why people engage in road rage is because they do not have any means to entertain themselves while stuck in traffic. That is why you get road rage or "rag" as you put it. In fact, an argument could be made that road rage incidents have gone down thanks to all the other distractions now available in our vehicles.
Except that it cannot be bonded to glass and bend like that. That is Gorilla Glass or something just like it. So why would Apple pay for both Gorilla Glass and sapphire production? Would the benefits from both really be worth the additional expense?