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Good update!   I'm definitely getting one tomorrow! I haven't decided on 64 GB vs 128 Gb, we'll see.   Basically, all of the things that I wanted were included, so I guess I'm happy.
 I hope they do the same for the iPads being released today. Last time I bought an iPad, I paid $100 more to bump it up to 32GB. I wont be complaining if I get 64GB for the same price.
 That is true. I was over on a forum populated by many Fandroids yesterday, and almost every one of them was complaining about the price. It's almost double of what those kind of people are used to paying, and most of them simply wont be getting it, because it's priced out of their range. It's also huge. It's taller, thicker, wider and heavier than the 6+, which is large to begin with. It's too big for most people. Not everybody wants a phablet.
 It depends. Performance matters of course. That's what's most important. Apple devices in many cases deliver far superior performance compared to Android devices, even though the specs on paper might be less.  Specs are often very deceiving, because most people, including Fandroids, are too stupid to understand them, and figure out how they actually relate to real world performance. What good is a shitty quad core Android phone if another dual core Phone has better...
Well, I guess that we know for sure what the new iPads will be called now.
32 Gb max storage on their tablet?!   What a damn joke. Android Lollipop is obviously made for toddlers.
Don't you have an Apple TV? HBO GO works fine on my Apple TV.
I've had HBO GO for a while now, so this offering doesn't really interest me, but I know what's going to happen.   People have been begging and pleading for HBO standalone for a long time now. I bet that when it finally comes out in 2015, then many of the same people will be whining about the price. I bet that it costs more than Netflix per month!
 That is true. People say that a broken clock is correct twice a day, and that may be true. But it also means that a broken clock (like Digitimes) is incorrect 22 out of 24 hours a day. Hardly an impressive or reliable track record.
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