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notwichred said:So hang on. It’s WORSE than Apple Pencil 2 in every way? Am I missing something?
There's no disclaimer on this AWFUL "article" saying that y'all make a commission on each of those links y'all posted...
Total click bait...
"Hey ya'll don't buy Apple cables because they suck and we won't even truly tell you why, but ya'll really need to buy these other cables that we're telling you are better, oh and be sure to buy from that link we posted...no reason...just click it...c'mon"
slow n easy said:Another good point is that the Watch has a significantly lower resale value compared to the iPhone. If I could get a 57% trade-in value for the Watch, I would probably do it.
And I'm not talking TRADE IN value. If you're trading in your Apple gear to APPLE, you either don't really care how much you get for it or you aren't very bright. Trading in your iPhone to your carrier could be a good deal with their inflated trade in values, but then you're locked into 3 years with that carrier and no real upgrade potential for those three years.
And they're getting this data from where? From the select few Apple employees who both have a iPhone 15 pro/pro max test unit and are also using this particular speed test service which I have never even heard of? So these tests were likely concentrated in very particular areas, and there may have been a grand total of 3 users using this particular speed test service. Why would any Apple employee even use "SpeedSmart" to test their phone?
I would not be surprised if the performance is actually better from last year, but this conclusion is extremely premature, unscientific, and a total conjecture.
pulseimages said:Why wasn’t the Watch SE updated?