Multiuser is a valid feature request, no need to be snarky.
Tallest Skil is an anagram for Snarky.
Wait, no… it’s not… You don’t seem to understand. John Q. Public can’t buy NAND storage like this.
That doesn't say anything to your point at all. I must have misunderstood you, or the other way around.
This'll be a first for me, but I think I am going to wait for the tock.
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A little surprised there is no Touch ID....
Here's a link to perfectly priced tablets for you. I found them intermixed between hospital supplies and t-shirts. Since quality is not something you seem to care about.http://www.hktdc.com/suppliers-list/tablet/en/1/
Nope, that’s the math.
Multiuser is a valid feature request…
And my response was a valid dismissal of it. If you’ve proof that Apple has any interest in giving multiple user access to a single iOS device, feel free to present it.
They don’t want you to do that. Buy separate devices.
Do you have a link to where I can buy said NAND myself? Thanks.
$399 for the Retina mini is way too high. This model should have started at the price of the old mini while the old mini dropped further. It's nice that they included the A7, but I really think this model is priced too far above its competition. The Retina mini costs 74% more than a Nexus 7. How is that a compelling price?
It really wouldn't be, I guess, for people like you. Not a big deal.
True. Except that this is the first time ever Apple has raised the price of an iProduct. Every year before this, they have kept pricing the same (of course, there was a price drop in the first year) regardless of what new features they added.
The original iProduct: Apple raised the price of the iMac G4 over the original iMac.
Yes, it did. Original ipad Mini from last year 308 grams. ipad Mini Retina display 331 grams. Just like the transition between 10 inch iPad 2nd generation and 3rd generation when Retina was introduced there. It took two more generations before they were able to drop the weight back down to pre-Retina weights with the full size one. Still at easily less than a pound you start to split hairs if we weren't already doing that.
Because of TouchID? I am thinking about it, too.
I definitely would pay to see you try and convince my son's school teacher that they should purchase and install their own NAND storage for their tablet. Better yet, try to explain even what NAND storage is. Then do the same with the other 95% of people I know who don't give a rat's *ss how technology works, but simply want to use and enjoy it. Welcome to the human race.
Good point. As the MacBook Pro line went up in price when Retina Display was added. But my point was about iPhones and iPads. Nevertheless, you're right about the iMac.
Good point. Very concise.
But it's also the first year they leaped a generation (arguably 2 compared to the Full iPad).
Don't get me wrong- I wish it was $299! Hah
But we wen't from an iPad 2 A5 to iPad 3 A5 Retina to iPad 4 A6 Retina to iPad Air A7 Retina- all at $499
So we're essentially jumping from an iPad 2 specs to a iPad Air specs- bypassing the iPad 3 and 4. This is unprecedented- and $70 is a worthy upgrade from what we were getting last week at $329.
Because other companies are coming out with new product categories all the time?