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Exactly. This is the problem that Samesung has created for itself, having emulated Apple's product inside and out, what now to differentiate it? Not the operating system, services, functionality... why buy second best, which a copycat can only hope to be.
My iPhone has a case. Can still take nice pictures though... at least I think they are nice.  
Are you referring to MEMs devices or their associated circuitry, or some other circuit types?
 Exactly, a sure sign. Can only say that my wife and adult daughter love theirs. They particularly like the intimacy the watch provides, both in their respective daily activities and also connectivity. All the best.
  Almost didn't follow this post by A.I. as I expected comments to be largely blind vitriol. Pleased to be surprised by reason. :-)
Enjoying the aerial tours AI, keep them coming.  
You're correct in one respect - I had meant Mac, not iMac! My first was the 512K Mac. We had the Lisa too. This was the mid 1980's. I wrote my first program in 1974, at university with Hollerith cards and worked on a NASA computer in 1979 that had core memory. Regardless, the rest of my argument is ernest. Take it or leave, I honestly don't care. (Thanks for the correction though, I picked up the same error in a later post before publishing.) 
 I bet your a smaller market than people just wanting a fashionable device... Apple build powerful, real-world computing systems disguised as fashionable devices. This was true of the first Macs but they lacked expansion capabilities needed by technical professionals and those professionals, when asked by their employers and friends what computers they should buy, knowing that they'd be supporting them, recommended the same kind of system that they were using. This...
Your argument is predicated on the emergence and success of iOS and the iPod, iPhone and iPad. You haven't addressed the core issue. Scientists such as myself using VR for visualisation are not fools sitting at desks. In Apple's desktop computing lineup, ​external innovation and imagination are stifled. This did not matter in the slightest to Steve Jobs but did matter to scientists and engineers and yes, to geeks too.
This is irrelevant to the discussion however. Given the Oculus Rift VR headset hardware support requirements, which Apple computers could support it (I'm not an expert, just asking the question)? Sure, the Mac Pro. This is the same problem in a different context that Apple computers has suffered for decades. We'd even have settled (desperately) for the 'Geek Port' found in the Be computer. The closed environment ironically, allowed Apple to eventually produce the superior...
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