Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Thanks for pretending that's what I said or even implied. Try again, please.
If that wasn't your implication, then I'm finding it pretty hard to distinguish any relevant point in what you said.
Original point: An iPhone would make an awful Apple TV game controller, just as is makes an awful remote compared to a dedicated one. There's no substitute for a dedicated game controller with physical buttons. None at all.
What you said: But neither of those statements are right, as evidenced by the last five years.
So you are saying that the past five years are evidence that:
1. Remote.app on an iPhone or iPad isn't an awful remote compared to a dedicated one.
2. That there is a substitute for a dedicated game controller with physical buttons, and it's a touchscreen like on the iPad or iPhone
i can't see any other way your post could be construed, it directly runs on.
Aside from the fact that a number of people here seem to think that those points are hogwash, please explain how there isn't a direct implication in those statements that you think the touchscreen interface is superior, or (if you're being bloody-minded) at least adequate?
So that is what you were saying, and is what you were implying, and no trying again is required?