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thewhitefalcon said:awilliams87 said:Ever since the previous election, It's incredibly hard to read the political garbage flowing from the guy's writing. Fake news? "Radicalized hate speech"? Or merely people you disagree with? Get real.
DED is just an angry man child, who I don't think has contributed anything of value to this site in months. This article is something that should be passed around Apple so they can laugh their heads off at it.GeorgeBMac said:LOL...
I see the right-wingers are getting a bit defensive over the FakeNews and Alternative Facts their belief system is founded on... 20 years of FoxNews will do that to your brain...
tallest skil said:crowley said:You're a real peach, you know?
It is positively orwellian that the purveyors of fake news have come out so strongly against "fake news" and of course link it with "harassment and radicalized hate speech"--- two things that also primarily come from these marxists--- who can forget the violent leftist thugs that rioted when a gay man tried to speak at Berkeley.
6.0mm - rumored 2016 iPhone7.1mm - 6S6.9mm - 67.6mm - 5, 5S8.9mm - 5C9.4mm - 4, 4S12.2mm - 3G, 3GS11.7mm - iPhoneThat's would make for a substantial reduction in chassis thickness. Yes people, that would represent impressive innovation. All facets of design must come together to produce a markedly thinner iPhone. Buy a battery case if 14 hours of heavy use or 35 hours of light use isn't enough. For the rest of the world, 6mm will be delightful.
Added as a feature to the native Camera app? Meh. Should be a standalone app, IMO.
I don't yet understand how AR relates to taking picture or capturing video? That is unless the AR in Camera app is cosmetical, for novelty, whereas a navigation AR feature, like the patent illustration shown in the article, would certainly not reside in the Camera app, I'd imagine.