I know!I, too, use my iPhone like this:
jellybelly wrote: »
No ElCapitan introduction and […] they didn't cover Watch OS2.0 features.
There never was such thing as a subsidy, they just make the financing explicit instead of implicit.
T-mobile were the first to do so.
Basically, you pay your phone on installements.
Also, with nothing about Macs El Cap would seem out of place. Although they DID do iPads, which have been October before, so perhaps a Mac event in October, though I don't pay attention to Intel's release schedule so that may not make sense for new internals
I wonder if the unlocked "rental" iPhones will be available on the 25th.
joelsalt wrote: »
I don't pay attention to Intel's release schedule so that may not make sense for new internals
So, the hell what! Have your eyes gotten better?
Maybe they tought force touch was a more important option than a higher resolution and that's why we got that instead.
Apple always carefully weights everything. The overall result is more important than each things individually.
ham_bone wrote: »
its a phone, not an investment.
Does the ? pencil work with the new iPhone 6S?
With a Force Touch* trackpad on the Macbook?
(*) I am glad they renamed 'Force Touch' to the more imaginative '3D Touch'.
Anyone else notice that the iPhone details were last on the program? I'm stoked for all of what was released today, and don't know why I'm not calling my broker now to buy more AAPL. They are going to make a killing with this stuff. The Wall Street Morons are f*ucking up in spades.
Only thing to complain about is the 2+ hour length.
solipsismy wrote: »
Blackberry: “Pssh! Apple is copying us. We had force touch on our original touchscreen phones years ago."
mr o wrote:
I am glad they renamed 'Force Touch' to the more imaginative '3D Touch'.
Another incredible "S" update. It should result in the largest quarter of sales for an "S" update. Let's see how the analysts spin this into something bad.
Sometimes I'll forget and try to use Touch ID on my 1st-gen iPad mini (November 2012 vintage.)
That was the Storm, right? I tested that phone when it was new and the push screen was horrendous. It was in no was comparable to Apple's 3D Touch.