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rob53 said:An observation: My MBP's disk drive is on the bottom left with the battery from the left-center to the right side so it looks like the disk drive took the majority of the impact, not the battery. It also looks like it entered towards the left top of the MBP, going through all his ports, then hard drive before exiting. It doesn't appear it would have even touched the battery. I'd like to know where he works since that bar-coded label on the back isn't from Apple.
roake said:mikeycampbell81 said:roake said:Awesome job at inserting the politics into the story (the photo)
What if MacRumors showed a similar phone graphic but with the headline, "AppleInsider sucks"? would you ignore it because the new button was a little more centered than the headline?
It is our duty to provide informative and illustrative articles about Apple, not sanitize, censor or otherwise alter an Apple News feed simply because certain content might not sit well with a reader's political proclivities. That is not our business, nor is it our right.
As journalists we must carefully weigh the pros and cons of publishing controversial or otherwise sensitive photos, the recent kerfuffle regarding Facebook's censure of Pulitzer-winning AP image "napalm girl" comes to mind. A photo of an iPhone displaying the title of an op-ed by an established journalistic publication -- no matter its leanings -- is not by any sane measure controversial.
End of discussion.
SpamSandwich said:boltsfan17 said:SpamSandwich said:If this is indeed a publicly accessible document, why block out anyone's information contained in the document? This isn't a matter of national security, after all.
radarthekat said:Wait. A round Watch face?
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A ) It's not a totally new 3D laser system, there are similar modules already in circulation. More likely, it's a version of the 3D sensor rumored for inclusion in February.
B ) We have no idea when iPhone 8 will launch, engineers could be working on new EVTs ahead of a launch window in October (or November...or December).