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Rayz2016 said:cali said:Rayz2016 said:cali said:Is Apple having a port identity crisis? Also notice these have headphone jacks. Aren't headphone jacks, like function keys, outdated technology?
Shouldn't Apple be pushing Lightning 2.0? Are problems arising with USB-C? What the hell is going on?
Yes Apple thinks that headphones are outdated technology, but they would have left one on the iPhone if there was room for it and if it didn't compromise the waterproofing. Fortunately the Mac has more space, and is never going to be water resistant, so it gets to stay there's no room.
They could have put a lightning connector on the MacBook, but I guess they thought that a lot of professional musicians will be less than happy to give up their favourite headphones, and anyone with a set of lightning headphones from their iPhone7 already has an adapter.
As far as my lightning comment, I'm hoping Apple announces a lightning 2.0 with more capabilities than USB-C. I feel like Apple should go all the way or not go at all
If someone complains that he can't plug in his new lightning headphones then tell him to look in the box his iPhone7 came in. If he has Apple lightning buds then they came with his iPhone7 … along with an adaptor.
Bokeh is the nature/quality of the out-of-focus regions in a photo. The use of shallow depth of field techniques results in photographs with blurred backgrounds and foreground. How well the blurs look is the bokeh. Some lens provide pleasant out of focus regions with good bokeh and some harsh out out focus regions with bad bokeh. In the case of the very short focal lengths of phone cameras it is difficult to get the type of low depth of field effects many portrait photographers like. When I get 10.1 I will try it out and see, but expect for that sort of image a good 85mm f/1.4 lens on a FF body will work better.