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I predict once every lens, light, sensor and emitter has been buried within the screen, there will be no more new phones. I mean, once the Holy Grail of 100% screen coverage has been accomplished, what's left? Everyone seems SO focused on this. I could care less if there is a notch or punch out or dot or what-have-you.
lkrupp said:Of course this report will be attacked as invalid by the usual suspects here but it puts all the “gates” and screams of Apple ignoring QA into perspective. In the real world Apple is tops in quality and reliability. If you believe all the crap that is spewed in tech blog comment sections you would think Apple is at the bottom of the barrel in those metrics. Nothing could be further from the truth. The hater narrative is confined to blogs like this one. Only here and in the tech media is Apple constantly doomed or condemned to failure. In the real world people use Apple products and are happy with them.
The way I read it, "a strong preference" is the main reason people buy Mac's. A strong preference? Not reliability or speed or value?
Where's the Windows users opinions? Oh...they didn't ask Windows users.
I use both Mac and Windows, so I'm not a "usual suspect" but give me more than a survey of only Mac users if you're going to do a survey of satisfaction that insinuates a comparison to Windows users.
JustSomeGuy1 said:No answer about the performance? The quoted numbers are ridiculously low. Based on them, this should be a 1/5 star item and a hard pass from every possible potential buyer. That can't be right.
Maybe what I read is wrong, so don't shoot me.
georgie01 said:Good, mouse support doesn’t belong on touch devices (except in exceptional circumstances). If you want to use a mouse then use macOS.
Why do people care? If you'd rather be dead than seen using a mouse on an iPad, then...DON'T! No one is holding a gun to your head. But some of us DO have a purpose for it. It's still the same iPad if you don't connect a mouse!