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MacPro said:No different to Google really, didn't those programmers that created Android v2 (i.e. the one they rushed out to copy iOS after they dropped their Blackberry knock off) get paid? Those programmers being paid was a reward for tech theft just as much.
It's always made me laugh when the haters bash everything Apple and then use clones of Apple products. It's like they are trying to clown themselves.
jsmythe00 said:Glad they are back on schedule. Sadly though, I don't see this product being successful. I think they priced themselves out the market.
I don't get apple sometimes. Airpods are GREAT. What made them even greater is they priced them extremely compettitve. Same with the iPad. Apple watch was slightly overpriced. But this...it's a crippled device at premium price.
Fix the price and allow third party music
ihatescreennames said:People were freaking out about the Group FaceTime bug and it was plastered all over the news. Let’s see what the reaction to this is, which seems like it could be much worse and more privacy invading.
This won't make news. Every single google product and service is designed as spyware and to put users under surveillance. People have either accepted that they are always being spied on with google or their cognitive dissonance doesn't allow them to acknowledge it. Either way, it becomes a non story.
Sounds like a lot of complexity and a lot of compromises.
cg27 said:Can’t wait for my first live sighting of someone walking around with these goggles, along with AirPods Max, AppleWatch, and an iPhone in hand. Welcome to the next ten years. At least the folks driving around Florida with their strongly tinted goggles will feel right at home.
Other rumours claim Apple wants them to replace the iphone. I just don’t see any way goggles replace something you have with you that is accessible and usable at all times.