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What cracks me up is that people don't understand how wickedly clever this is for Apple, from a PROFIT standpoint.
We saw it on both of the Pro model iPads...
Jump right from 32 to 128; & make the difference in price between 1st and 2nd $150 now, instead of $100.
I'm going to assume that pretty much none of us use the entry level 16, yeah?
Meaning that we all are accustomed now to paying $750 for 64, not $650 for 16.
Soooo, if they follow iPad pricing (HIGHLY likely), we all have a difficult decision... save a $100 by accepting half what we currently buy- a new 32 @ $650, instead of our 64 @ $750... OR pony up an extra $50 for the new 128 @ $800!
Nobody is reporting o this, & I feel it's as plain as the nose on my face.
The vast majority of us are going to be contributing to raising Apple's RSU.
cintos said:Reviews of the iPhone 7 rarely mention the new A10 processor - even when published by Apple-centric sites like Appleinsider. http://bgr.com/2016/08/23/iphone-7-vs-iphone-6s-vs-galaxy-note-7/
I'm not sure English is your strong suit.
Rayz2016 said:topper24hours said:Supposedly (via the recent interview with Phil, Craig, & Eddy), it is housed in a roughly 200mb file on your phone- I have to imagine that when you transfer your info to a new phone, say by way of iTunes backup; that that file would transfer over as well... as it obviously wouldn't need to get accessed by Apple or anything for that to happen.
SpamSandwich said:He's doing pretty well. I still say he'll be entering politics as the next part of his career path.