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Back to force touch I think it could be huge. I expect the force to be fairly instantaneous otherwise they could just use a delay but we are going to learn to interact with the phone differently. My guess is a forced touch controls the window not just the content. That is. Normal touch and move up = scroll up. Force touch and move up is close window or app. Normal touch and move down = scroll down Force touch and move down = bring window to half size. Force touch flick...
Well it's not confined to a the shitty pick up microphone on a phone but has that "far field" technology in it. I really like that kind of ad though. Apples ads come across as a bit hipster, thats just explaining what it does.I bet SIRI in a TV is just as good.
Yeah, maybe.Force touch could eliminate the hacky double tap on the home screen to get to the top level controls. Which doesn't work in many cases anyway. Instead you just tap longer and drag down to bring a window to half height.
Yes. Cook said that about 15% of iPhone users were using the 6 or 6+ end December.
It will probably be a speed release. Maybe better Touch ID improvements. I bet haptic feedback is next year.
Why is solar so wasteful?You are right about September. May is even better and the days somewhat longer. Avoid the school holidays.August is a busy. Many european countries force close offices and companies in early August. It's the high season of high seasons.
The streaming is via the CDNs anyway. These data stores are for local user content. Latency isn't a huge issue but everything helps.
There really is no such thing as plenty of data capacity. The cloud storage worldwide is growing exponentially. This might answer some of the icloud critics.
Apple are missing a trick by not hiring you as a evangelist.
Maybe he wasn't in a foetal position but was just making a fairly sane point. While software always has bugs it should never be so buggy as to be unusable.
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