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Apple should cram features into the Watch, the way Samsung has into theirs, without regard to how well it works or who would use it. Just add checkboxes to a features list. That's sure the please the geeks and tech media. How about Watch VR: a watch that you strap onto each eyeball to experience VR? C'mon Apple, make it happen.
Your question is a false dichotomy. Apple evaluated a range of sizes and thicknesses and evaluates them for the best set of trade offs. Battery life is one measure, time to charge, weight and "feel" are also considered. If you think Apple was just shooting for thinness without regards to anything else, then you haven't been paying attention.
The "obsession with thinness" trolls should be happy to have the heavy brick they've always wanted the iPhone to be.
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I knew the trolls would post "but but but Apple didn't invent the word plus". Right on schedule.
Denial feeds the flame. It's like pouring gasoline on the fire.
Why don't you just build your own PC and crow about how much better it is?The only reason people troll here about "but but but competition is good" on this site is because they want to get on their soapbox and to tell Apple that it should be copying the competition. In this case, you are pushing the idea that Apple should join "the competition" in playing the low margin game.That's because you just compared Apple's unit pricing on desktop computers to a high volume, low...
I find it ironic that Apple is frequently accused of form over function, yet so many Android trolls get a hard on for stupid, niche novelties like the S6 Edge.
No. What's cool is leaving your phone in your pocket or purse or a completely different room in your home, completely out of your line of sight, and glancing at your wrist for notifications. I mean, how often is your phone lying edge-on when you get notifications, just so you can ooo-and-ahh at the novel edge display?
My guess is Apple's 4K solution will be called AppleTV Retina, and use H.265.
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