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With Google's "Moon Shots" rarely panning out, I think Apple has nothing to worry on that front.
Last I heard, Google has ditched it's diabetes monitoring contact lenses project.
Apple's got the wrist-space and the ear-space. How it creatively gleans health information from these spaces and extends it to really benefit us is going to be interesting to follow.
This is something like those medical test candidates who try experimental drugs and cures. The only difference is that these people are paying for the experiment as opposed to being paid for it.
That's a whole new level of "pioneers"!
P.S. I accidently typed in "expirement" rather than "experiment". I wonder if I should have left that Freudian Slip in.
All-Purpose Guru said:Maybe they should have rendered it as a plate of fried calamari with dipping sauce.
That reminds me of a Star Wars sketch from Robot Chicken.
Admiral Ackbar and Mon Mothma go out to a restaurant for dinner.
Mon Mothma: I'll have the Calamari.
Admiral Ackbar: Well in that case, I'll have the insensitive bitch!
razmataz said:I’ve recently bought an iPad Pro 64GB 3rd gen (I use cloud storage, 64GB is plenty) and an Apple Pencil 2.<SNIP>I’ve real use for this, I’ll be extremely happy to learn I missed something or to learn I’ve got it wrong.
No one would have read what you have typed here.
Try using paragraphs. It really helps if you have a lot to say, as is the case here.
davgreg said:Only Apple would have the cojones to make a cheap plastic pencil that expensive and generally useless.
I have one of the originals and it sits in the bottom of a laptop bag unused. A good stylus/pencil would be appreciated and neither the one I own or the new one seem to be worth the trouble or expense.
So you bought the original Pencil swayed by the ads you saw and not based on whether or not you had a use-case it satisfied?