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avon b7 said:tenthousandthings said:gregjaehn3 said:This may be thr most hypocritical article I've ever read. On 8/28 the same author posted this about night sight on Android phones:
What's often left out is the fact that the processing needed to deliver these low light images requires that users hold their phone still for around 6 seconds
14 days ago that was posted to discount the value of the night sight feature. Now in this article he praises the new iPhone for taking a night sight photo in around 5 seconds.
So when Apple introduces this capability, it uses an image of a person. iPhone does it better. This is pretty much exactly the point of DED's prediction article from August 28 -- the iPhone 11 will advance Apple's lead in mobile imaging. True to form, Apple now does night mode better than the competition.
dicebier1 said:StrangeDays said:dougd said:A thousand bucks is just too much for a phone. Count me out
and as far as me "reading up" on Apple's history? Cmon man....
iPhone 1 was REVOLUTIONARY
iPhone 4 was REVOLUTIONARY
iPhone 7 was arguably the best iPhone made
Biometrics was REVOLUTIONARY
there were plenty of REVOLUTIONARY products released in the past 10 years so please show me a post where you don't defend anything that Apple shows you.
BTW don't EVEN call me a troll, I love Apple and their products and their ecosystem BUT I will call out when something deserves a yawn.
Apparently you won't
Sounds like you’re new to Apple. Iterative product development is the name of their game. Gruber wrote about this almost a decade ago. Read up:...It’s how we got from the original iPhone/Mac/Watch/whatever to the current versions, or iterations.
anantksundaram said:GeorgeBMac said:Yeh, that's what Carnegie and and the mine owners told their U.S. workers 100 years ago -- before we had unions and labor laws.
...I doubt it’s coincidence, as unions helped produce America’s golden age of middle class earners via collective bargaining, etc. The removal of unions benefits only one group - the wealthy corporation executive class. Doubt many here belong to that club.
Robert Reich dismantles 5 other corporate lies about unions here:
"Rather than leaving the glass clear, the cube has been coated in a multi-colored wrap, Quartz reports, with the semi-reflective material providing enough light to see the hanging Apple logo, but still preventing onlookers from seeing into the underground retail space. It is likely the film will be removed for the grand opening."
avon b7 said:There's no getting away from it. This is cutting edge technology and it doesn't matter how it plays out - today - from a technology perspective. This is first generation. A necessary first step. If there are to be more steps in this area, it will be thanks to these phones, both in terms of technology improvements and for price.
And you people would blow your gaskets if Apple releases a $2,000 working prototype—I mean, first generation phone.