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While many have posted similar, this is true of many things beyond software updates or tech things. This is one of my core life philosophies: never change anything until required or the safety of doing so is confirmed and verifiable, preferably by reliable first hand reports. Something new comes out? Find out how others are experiencing it first. Then decide a course of action. Risk management takes some actual analysis. That said, it does appear Apple made a mistake...
I think this means there are going to be lots of options, lots of things to personalize the tech that fits your style. And of course, your wallet and your perceived value.   This is all getting very interesting to watch. My wife's iPad 2 needs an update, but prioritizing this based on the work she needs to do takes some discussion and analysis. She has a 13" MBA as well, so deciding on what capability she need takes some thinking. All this of course is unneeded if you...
They will absolutely sell millions of them.
As something of a "throw away" I remember Tim Cook mentioning that the Apple Watch could function on its own to play music (presumably through BT, since there is obviously no plug.) "If someone wants to go out on a run, they can play music just from their watch." Interesting, but I kind of think we've gotten to the point where going out on a run without your phone isn't really done. I carry mine as a safety device. Get hit by a car? Or twist an ankle? The iPhone makes many...
Never mind: http://bgr.com/2014/09/19/att-iphone-6-upgrade-fee/
I just became an AAPL shareholder for the first time. 
Interesting tidbit on CultOfMac:   http://www.cultofmac.com/296669/att-tacks-40-monthly-fee-iphone-6-two-year-contract-upgrades/   I planned to trade-in/upgrade after the fervor dies down a bit, but not is AT&T is pulling this. Quietly announce this on launch day. Well done.
Went like clockwork last night. 2 iP 5s's, one iPad mini. I did light off the update for AppleTV this morning, but I think my 720p unit got left behind. Oh well, no huge loss.   Also did the 10.9.5 update and Safari 7.1 update. No problems.
OK, here we go. Updates keep us posted on how this is going, please. :-) As Dilbert said so succinctly: "Change is good. You go first."
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