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 There are several use cases for 1 handed use.   A large set is quick access to info...see a text, check the time, check the calendar, pick a different song, etc.  These are still doable on the plus.   Another set is to do more complex tasks single handedly. These are not as doable on the plus.  Like one handed texting or email.  It is offset by more effective two handed use in those same activities. I'm guessing that a lot of that 1 handed complex activity is probably...
 Most humans have two.
 You're a concern troll carping about everything from how the watch is bad, the phone is bad, Cook is bad, etc. 10M is actually a good estimate for 12 months of sales.  Somewhere between 10-15M is probably the goal given 1% of the watch market is 12M watches.  Apple will have paid for the expensive market analysis of breakdown but the $300-$400 electronic and quartz watch market is going to get dominated by the Apple watch.  Few other watches will have the fit and finish...
 Imagine my surprise that yet another european that doesn't believe that 4K content or sufficient internet infrastructure exists (because their country doesn't have it...even though people are already watching 4K content on netflix) disagrees with me. Ask the Japanese and Koreans and see if they think the infrastructure exists. And funny how when the same folks that promote good sound (THX/Skywalker) also state that 40 degrees horizontal viewing angle is important for...
 I got mine as a walk-in a week or so ago.  The store near me has gotten a couple shipments in but I guess even these could end since they are launching elsewhere. Presumably you could use your AT&T check today and just get your phone whenever it gets here.  Or you could try to get one at your AT&T store.
 The purpose of including the test is to show that the "you can't see any difference beyond X feet because the eye cannot resolve any differences" is untrue from both a scientific perspective (as shown in the charts) and a real world example where normal people COULD detect a difference at normal seating distances. That is my only "interpretation" of the test.  And 2% failure is fine to refute the assertion that the human eye cannot discern differences at reasonable...
Lol. Go argue with THX and SMPTE that they don't know what they are talking about.
The effects of viewing angle on immersion are shown by studies performed by NHK, SMPTE and THX.The specs are industry standard as specified by SMPTE (EG-18-1994) and THX for theater design.You can call them meaningless but it only makes you ignorant.Edit: good writing and acting can lead you to be engrossed in a show or film but because the image size is small you will not feel immersed into that moment as if you were there because it doesn't fill you field of view as...
 Immersion is a function of resolution and horizontal field of view.  There needs to be sufficient resolution to not see digital artifacts and there needs to be sufficiently large field of view to provide immersion (aka the feeling of being there). THX recommendation is 40 degree horizontal viewing angle for that middle row of seats.  HDTV can offer only 30 degrees HVA.
 When you go to a movie theater do you sit in the middle or all the way in the back row?   That's the improvement between 1080p HDTV and 4k UHDTV.
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