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mikeinca said:You can also get rid of the bump by making the phone thicker, no new tech needed
An increased thickness should not be over chunky - elegance and lightness are very important in a phone. But it would seem possible to find a middle way.The question is, how thick would iPhone need to be to accommodate the next generation cameras?
Yes many of you seem not to have read the article and are going off on a preprogrammed rant (the pic is a bit provocative I have to say). Bill Gates isn’t excluding Microsoft from companies who ‘deserve tough questioning’. In this case he’s aligning with Apple and the other main tech companies, and just saying ‘when you get this big that is inevitable’
shivas irons said:Why is nobody talking about the sound quality? Yeah, I'm sure the noise cancellation is handy, but what's the sound quality like compared to the prior AirPods or other wireless earbuds on the market?They are comfortable to wear and also IMO look less quirky - I’m pleased.The fit is also more solid with the silicon tips - Giving them a squeeze with gloves on might well be possible depending on what kind of gloves you’re wearing
As a guy I found the headline annoying having been very happy with the smaller watch 3 for the whole of last year. With the 4, however, I’ve now changed to the bigger size simply because the battery life was so noticeably poorer on the ’women’s’ size. Now of course I like it big... that headline grated though!