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It’s posts like this that make me really appreciate my 2015 15” Pro. At some point it won’t be able to handle the video editing requirements I mainly use it for but between the keyboard issues of the newer models and now the HDD issues, the 2015 has fared well. I’ve never had an issue with mine. Hopefully that continues.
StrangeDays said:wemclaughlins said:Right away in the title of this article we find skepticism at someone else’s skepticism about the iPhone X. Get over it Apple crowd. I’m a fan too but FETCH IS NEVER GONNA HAPPEN. Let it go. It’s overpriced and people finally proved there is a tipping point, though that tipping point was way higher than even I expected, admittedly.
But even if it's true that in subsequent quarters the non-top-tier iPhone models are selling more, so what? This remains good news, because they're still iPhones. And as noted it's expected that lower-tiered models will sell more than top-tier models.
Heads, Apple wins, tails, knockoffs lose. Take your pick.
What do knockoffs have to do with anything. Objection your honor...relevancy??
Right away in the title of this article we find skepticism at someone else’s skepticism about the iPhone X. Get over it Apple crowd. I’m a fan too but FETCH IS NEVER GONNA HAPPEN. Let it go. It’s overpriced and people finally proved there is a tipping point, though that tipping point was way higher than even I expected, admittedly.
Metriacanthosaurus said:1. The SE is 100000% about price. Even its size is a result of cost considerations. It isn't using iPhone 5 design to please anyone, even if their marketing says so.
2. Face ID is a leading iPhone X feature. Despite its utility, it won't come to low-cost products soon.
And no thank you on Face ID. I’ll keep my Touch ID any day.
Given that I buy jack squat from Amazon anymore, after years of Prime membership (membership cancelled but account still active--I think?), this is a non-issue. Yet, it confirms only what has alienated me more and more from Amazon at all...that Amazon is taking over the world, just as Wal-Mart had in retail. People want choices, not oligarchies and between Amazon's drones, their own air service, their refusal to play nice with others, and their invasion of people's homes with Alexa (that's a Soviet name, no? : ) ) they are now what Apple wanted to be before it went Intel and in Steve Jobs' first go. ...except about 177.9 billion times worse. With all that cash Google has maybe it's time for them to take Amazon head on and end the surging dictatorship, lest we're all forced to cry "Heil Bezos" before long.