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preclarotipo said:I know this will sound crazy but I predict that Apple WILL NOT position the A-series as the low-end product, but instead position the A-series as the "High End" product categories.
I think it is already happening with the price of iPad Pros. I think they will retain exclusive features compared to Intel Chips, maybe these will be performance (just look at the current iPad A-series, faster than what 92% of portable computers), or battery life, or specialized application support, or maybe it will just be a spec advantage, like more Ram or thinner products.
Now this could fail, and I could be 100% wrong about how they position the A-series as premium but I find it very hard to believe they would make a transition unless 1. The A-series is better than Intel. and if that is true then why make it a value low-profit product??
Yeah I saw this video a couple of days ago and was surprised that it was by The Verge, not that they are great, but the video is so preposterous. They can do better than this.
People keeping an eye on their heart health for preventive purposes is classified as a harmful? Such a dumb video that I’m surprised that even for clickbait The Verge would run it.
EVENTUALLY, possibly as soon as iOS 13, these folks are going to HAVE to count iPads as computers. I have a desktop machine, but the devices i use most are my 12.9 iPad Pro with a keyboard on a desk and my 9.7 iPad in bed.Sure i occasionally NEED to get on my desktop, but i can get 90% done on my iPads. And hopefully with iOS 13 it can be 99%WHat is a computer? Anything that has a computer chip and can get what you need done done