Yes, my sentiments, too. I'm inclined to stick with 64 GB for the iPhone, but I'd like much more for the iPad.
Tons of people will still be happy with 16 GB; more importantly, Apple will still enjoy making a good profit on that size, too.
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Wow. That's alot of devices!
The Porsche phone will probably be a collectors item.
...The advantage of stereo over mono is spacial cues. You don't get usable spacial cues with speakers less than an inch apart. Holding it close doesn't matter. Your head is too big for side-by-side speakers to do any good.
Tiny little telephone speakers sound like crap. How is CrapX2 better than CrapX1?...
I full well understand your argument about spacial cues in live recordings, or in action simulation. About the only way to address those is either proper separation (typ. 8' between loudspeakers) or cans where you can do all kinds of tricks by massaging the sound track.
BTW: I never, in my life, suggested telephone speakers! LMAO.
You ask so here she goes:
My concern has to do more with recordings from the "earliest days of hi-fi". There is quite a large catalog of monophonic recordings and in some of the cases these were released on stereo -- but with all sound going to the left or right side only. There are some specialized recordings for learning a guitar part; when you play it as normal you get the entire song, but when you cut the output to L channel then you can play along with the backing band -- and you have the opportunity to learn the guitar part.
There is no any specification for iPhone 6 32gb, there are only 16gb, 64gb and 128gb iPhone 6, i can bet on this that 16gb iPhone 6 is never sold, most of people will going with 64gb iPhone 6. so there will be a huge demand of 64gb.