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gregg thurman said:
normang said:Climate constantly changes, to think we can actually have any impact on significantly altering the climate is the height of arrogance. It's been warmer in the past than today and its been cooler, we know this..... but somehow altering a carbon footprint is going to save us? This is not to say that we should not try and be prudent in the use of resources, but the proposed changes all mandate government control of your life and all that will do is make things worse for people, not better.
StrangeDays said:boogerman2000 said:will they take my X ? this phone is 1) overpriced - yes its a great phone but way overpriced and 2) way too heavy so easily breakable. why build a phone out of steel wneh it makes the phone much easier to drop and therefor break? answer? AppleCare. and the Xr is heavier? nonsense. Am i in the minority I don't think so tim. X gestures are amazing though... F ID is great and kinda blows at the same time.
emig647 said:I agree with the backlash. Not only are they getting too big, they are getting too thin. It isn’t becoming too difficult to hold, it is too difficult to hold for me. Between the rounded edges and thinner design I don’t feel like I can hold it with confidence.
I’d much rather go back to an upgraded SE, maybe with an edge to edge screen and call it good.
Side note: I’m another one that is on the upgrade program and refused to get a Xs from my X.
Thinness weight. Apple is a company which has consistently singled out these two particular qualities with regrd to laptops, tablets and phones. They say thinness is compelling. I agree. They say lightness is compelling. I agree. people who like heavy devices prefer the feeling of a weighty battery in their pocket? why? The future is paper thin and light as a feather or it should be.