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I have an awesome idea for a super security feature in the future!   In missile silos, you would have to have the codes and you would have multiple people all turn their key at the same time, to initiate the launch.   What about multiple Touch IDs? Let's say that a small group of people at work were all working together on a super sensitive document. This document could only be opened up if all approved people enter their Touch IDs within a certain time limit. Only...
This "analyst" is wrong, and I do not agree with their predictions.   The next iPhone will feature a Touch ID sensor that is slighly less accurate than today. Today's sensor just works too well, so in order to give the competition a fair shot, and to level the playing field, Apple will deliberately lower the resolution of the sensor.   The next iPhone will also feature a less powerful CPU, it will be called the A9 minus, because Apple is already so far ahead of all...
 Apple can do it! They have the money to do whatever they want! Apple can go into space if it wanted to! Designing a car isn't all that hard, especially if you have tons of cash. And those other things that you mentioned wouldn't be affected at all, because no resources or manpower would be pulled away from other projects. I expect big things from Apple!
I would like to see an Apple car! Bring it on! Apple needs to think big, and they have enough money to fund countless such projects.   Apple already rules phones, tablets and computers, they should branch out into other areas also. 
 Yes, you keep repeating that, however it doesn't make it true. I am a technological bigot, and I do not take race into consideration when discriminating.
I admit that servers and what happens in IT depts are not one of my specialties. I had desktop systems and laptops more in mind when I wrote my post, as those are visible items that everybody can see. I might be willing to make an exception for the server room, as long as it was hidden, and the IT employees there had to sign non disclosure agreements, promising to never reveal anything about what happens behind those closed doors.
It makes perfect sense for them to only be using Apple hardware, especially if they're selling iOS to business customers.   If I had a big company, I would fire anybody who used PC hardware and I would fire anybody who used Android phones, as the users of such devices are clearly not compatible with the goals and ideals of the company. Of course, such people wouldn't have been hired in the first place, so there would probably be no need to fire them afterwards, if such...
 I understand that, but GTAT apparently was unable to deliver, so that plan obviously didn't work out. I meant that Apple should make "Project Phire" glass an exclusive, if that is truly what's best at the moment. Even if Apple were to pay more, then that's ok. Apple has billions to spend, as we all know.
Also, whatever Apple uses for their next phone, they should make it an exclusive, so that nobody else is allowed to use the material on their phones. Apple sells enough iPhones to make that a reality.
Every smartphone on the planet that currently uses Gorilla Glass can thank Steve Jobs and Apple for that.   What's to stop Apple from using this new version if it's good? I say may the best material win, and that's what Apple should use. I don't give a crap if it's sapphire or something else.
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