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sflocal said:That's great news. I have a lot of AirPort routers still in use and being managed. Great that Apple still continues to support it. I only wish Apple would get back into the router segment. I have zero faith in what the competitors offer. All junk.
melgross said:The only thing I’m concerned about with any of these folded smartphone designs has to do with the sensor.
when the camera is conventional, the sensor can be as large as the manufacturer wants, obly constricted by the size of the lens for coverage. Obviously, there are restrictions. The larger the sensor, the thicker the camera will need to be, hence a lens bump.
but with this design, the sensor size is severely restricted by the distance between the rear of the screen, and the rear of the back glass, or plate. With phones being thin, that doesn't leave more than a few millimeters between those parts. With the housing of the camera taking more room, just how large can that sensor be? If Apple were to place another prism at the rear of the lens, this could allow a sensor to lie flat against the rear of the screen, or back plate, thus allowing a larger sensor. But I don’t see that in this illustration.Yeah that’s what I was trying to wrap my head around too
sflocal said:Good luck Samsung!