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deminsd said:You don't know your heart rate is racing at 161bpm until an Apple Watch alerts you?
The iPhone X Plus is coming... late April or early May?
Cpsro wrote: "Lastly, you can swipe app cards up, just like you do on other iPhones to kill apps, except it does nothing on the X. That's maybe a sign that the current behavior is a bug that will soon kill apps like it should."
It does if you wait for the minus sign to appear first. Once the minus sign(s) appear, you can quit an app by touching the minus sign OR swiping up on the app card.
Well, in ten years of buying an iPhone each year, this is the first year my new iPhone (got the X) came without a charge. Press the sleep/wake and nothing...dead on arrival. Had me concerned. Plugged it in and showed no charge. Anyway, works fantastic now, just surprised it arrived with literally zero charge.
bageljoey said:I have been happy with my Series 3 Apple Watch. I was planning on skipping 4 even though I like the better screen.
...but should I risk my life to save a few hundred dollars?
Elcptn - If you use the same Apple ID on two iPhones I don't think it really matters as it really is using iCloud as long as your phone is on the same Wi-Fi I don't think you will have any issues when you give verbal commands. I bought one, really like it, then another in stereo pair and loved it so ended up buying 5 in all (they were on sale at B&H and Best Buy $100 off for new ones, great deal).
appleismymiddlename said:Yep, I ordered an iPhone XS Max from my current iPhone X. The screen size is the main selling point for me!
And just as Vadim mentioned in the video, I want to feel like I have something different so I am also going from the space gray color on the X to the silver color on the XS Max.
I will say if Face ID is faster than that could make the X to XS worth it like how they massively increased the speed of Touch ID each year until it was so instantaneous that it was unlocked before getting it out of my pocket.
Looking forward to the MAX screen size on Friday. Spigen delivery case on that day too.
For sale -> perfect iPhone X (LOL).
StrangeDays said:macmarcus said:I think they said - hey we did a lot of research designing the newer version of the EarPods (vs the old round ones) - so let's just clip the wires as the shape etc is symbolic as well. OK, now let's figure out how to make that work.... Given the need for frequent recharging, the charging case was critical.
Frequent recharging is relative. For ultra portables, 5 hours of music playback is good. When launched two years ago I’m not aware of wireless buds that did better.
I doubt anyone would disagree that the charging case was needed and a very very important part of the AirPod experience and adoption. Without the charging case, AirPods would not have been nearly as successful.