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But there's a picture of the iPhone Retina HD display in the article. /s
Depends on the OS and how rapidly Apple decides to evolve it. It could go either way.The iPod Classic, for example, went at least 4 years without any upgrade, and for what it was, it didn't really need one. It had a purpose that it was as good at on the last day it was on sale as the first. As long as Apple and customers don't go down the path of "watch = smartphone on your wrist" it should be pretty stable.
Uh oh. Consistency fail. Doomed. /s
Ah yes, the "Apple is just a marketing company telling iSheep what is cool" meme. That's a very popular meme with the boys in Redmond. Helps them sleep at night.As for "excessive loyalty" well that's something few of the best brands can master, and it's earned, not given by lemmings. The funny thing is that for most Apple customers, it's not a tribal allegiance (like loyalty to your local football team), but simply a bond created through trust and experience. In other...
The solution to solving bendgate is simple: take the iPhone, load Android on it, then let HTC call it the One M8 and voilá! It will still bend, but it will be immune from criticism.
1000 dogs were surveyed and 20% wagged their tail anticipating a treat, 45% laid down and took a nap, 35% wandered off, 0% indicated interesting in buying the Apple Watch.
Meh. The iPad Air S. At least I can keep my iPad Air on the stable iOS 7.1.2.
I, for one, am looking forward to shattergate 2015. And the 6S, the "S" is for shatter, sapphire, speed.
This sounds familiar... 1. Posting rumors and speculation for profit 2. Use passive voice like "Apple is expected to…" 3. No fact checking or verification with Apple 4. Using the word "report" to describe analysts' speculation in order to cite the same as proof 5. Not admitting when previously published rumors were wrong. Oh, you were talking about WSJ?
They'll be fine. Lots of numbers after "5".
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