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I got 3 failed messages from iPad, but the fourth time was the charm!
Mine worked directly from my iPad. I never had the beta, so it'll be interesting testing out the new features. Up to an extra hour battery life? That seems pretty significant! 
Im already paying 99 cents a month, because the default storage just doesn't cut it if somebody has a lot of devices, but it's nice that they bumped the 20 GB up to 50 GB for the same 99 cents!
I can understand Adobe editing out the 4 GB of ram reference, but why remove the A9X? That's been revealed and confirmed by Apple already and it's not exactly a secret.   As for the iPad Pro, it looks real sweet! I'm glad that it's just a bigger iPad, with some extra, cool features. I'm not an artist, but that Apple Pencil seems to work really nice. Personally, I wouldn't get the extra keyboard, but I don't mind that it's available for those who might want or need it. I...
I'm just glad that I don't have to watch the keynote at 7 am, that's way too early and who wants to be drowsy or half asleep when watching an Apple keynote? I'm guessing that whoever took the screenshot for the article is located in Hawaii or something.
I think that the new Apple TV is going to be the biggest thing to get excited over when Apple has their next event soon. The iPhone is not going to be a huge surprise. It'll be better and faster than the current iPhone, and it'll have Force Touch.   There are many more unknowns regarding the Apple TV. What's it going to look like? Is it going to have an app store? Will SIRI be built in to it? Will it be a gaming console also?
 My opinion is that today's "entitled" youth and wusses that are out there can go and screw themselves with their perverted entitlement mentality.  I also think that this storage issue is not really a big deal, because I believe that in the worst case scenario that somebody eventually finds out that their phone storage is too little for their needs, then they will simply opt for a larger capacity the next time around. 
What a joke.
 The situation now is not any different than it has been for many decades with Apple devices and computers. The entry level model will almost always represent the bare minimum, and it's up to the consumer to choose and buy the right model that fits their wants and needs. It was no different when I bought one of the first iMac machines back in 1998 or a PowerBook a few years after that. Choosing the lowest model always comes with certain compromises.
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