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nunzy said:65.5% of Americans use iOS? Is that accurate?I thought that iPhone had around 35 or 40% of the American market. Does iPad make up the difference?
And the numbers are saying 65% of mobile WEB TRAFFIC... not 65% of mobile PHONES.
The change arrives as sales of iPhone, Apple's most important revenue driver, stagnate. During the most recent quarter, for example, iPhone sales growth was flat year-over-year. Last quarter, sales were up by a single percent from the same time last year.
If GROWTH is required to make a profit, then you have a bad business model.
I want to become a “prominent” leaker.
Just wait... it's an age-related thing ... one day you will be.
... That would probably negate the national debt.
gustav said:According to FaceID security guide, FaceID can be disabled by simultaneously holding volume down and power for two seconds.
cpsro said:I use my old HomePod mostly for listening to streaming news radio (e.g., NPR), but I hardly use it at all due to highly annoying thumps from wind buffetting and people speaking too closely to their mic or without an adequate pop filter. I am astounded Apple overlooked this awful downside to enhancing/passing extreme bass. Users should be able to turn it off. I bought one HomePod and will never buy another until this is fixed.
Eric_WVGG said:why on earth would they release a high-performance ARM 24" iMac when all anyone buys are 27" models*? ...
* yes, I know, they sell a lot of 24"s to schools
I wondered the same thing. Maybe they're intentionally selling to the smaller market initially... they KNOW there will be some version 1.0 bugs in this... maybe they just want to get it out in the wild with a smaller footprint... get version 1.1 in place, and then release the 27".(Total speculation, of course... I know nothing.)
I'm also not sure how many they sell to schools anymore... all the schools I've seen lately seem to be going the way of the laptop or tablet form factor.
fred1 said:Yes, I do. It charges from a USB-C charger.