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vedelppa said:fastasleep said:vedelppa said:I'm affraid those "Mac Mini Pro"s will only come with the AS Mac Pros (and maybe as a "Mac Pro Mini", or the current Mac Pro will become the Mac Pro Max and Mac Pro will be that.. OK, last theory: I think the processors for that will be called M2 Studio so add "Studio" to the moniker-mix! ), if ever .. What a shame a mid-level headless desktop is out of their interest! Anyway I don't like this mini-LED thing they push, with its local dimming zones instead of per-pixel dimming. Does it even deserve the "pro" moniker? Feels like a "good enough" for the price of a used car..
dunno if there's a problem with your reading comprehension or you just make up things to throw **** on me?
flydog said:FileMakerFeller said:charlesn said:We'll never see a USB-C iPhone. Portless iPhone by model 14 or 15 at the latest. A change from lightning to USB-C for a year or two would be stupid. The only tech obstacle is a fast enough charging speed to match wired, and we're not that far off now. Wireless data transfer is already there. We'd also need some sort of wireless dongle to plug into cars that are wired CarPlay only. Maybe I'm forgetting something, but I see no other major obstacles to a portless iPhone.That comment won’t age well.
davgreg said:Ford does not need this guy , but a good experienced engineer is always welcome.
The Mustang Mach E and F-150 Lightning shows Ford is off to a good start with EVs.
Regarding a comment concerning VW, the UI on VW EVs is horrible. The UI is slow, laggy and not well designed. The I.D. 4 is a decent, but not great car and uses the same foundation as the ID.3. And yes Tesla quality and reliability are questionable - Tesla is trying to suppress data reporting on their cars quality and reliability.
I personally still think Apple would be better off developing a SW/HW package that could be sold to automakers rather than making cars outright. Anybody who has extensively shopped for a car knows that most touchscreen and capacitance interface stuff is awful. No touch anything will ever be as good as a hardware switch.
This is a proposal from people whom do not understand consumer electronics or economics. Who in the world would want to repair a 7, 6 or even 5 year old phone or tablet? The repair cost would exceed the device value or at best be a wash. Typical European government wanting to interfere with the free market - the nanny state always goes too far. Do these “geniuses” ever think that maybe one could buy a used 6 year old phone or tablet for a lot less than it would take to repair the same device. This is a brain dead proposal from the Germans.