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Metriacanthosaurus said:entropys said:It isn’t an SE if it is iPhone 8 sized. That would b an iPhone 8c.
The SE is about its price point. It has absolutely nothing to do with size. This is a delusion harbored by SE fanatics.
Just to be clear on the size issue I would prefer an iPad larger than the one I have now. I would also prefer a phone a bit smaller than my iPhoneSE (with smaller bezels). Price is not the important factor.
Abalos65 said:mjtomlin said:Good for Apple.
The importance of Google’s Project Zero cannot be overstated, but the handling of this issue was sloppy and irresponsible. It’s now obvious this was little more than a smear campaign against Apple as the issue was not only fixed in a timely manner 6 months ago, but singling out iOS as the only target was disingenuous when vulnerabilities in Windows and Android were exploited as well.
There is no way the Project Zero team did not know ALL the facts of this “attack” and it’s apparent that Google marketing must’ve stepped in and decided to publicly disclose only certain aspects to disparage iOS.
The last part of your comment I find troubling, as it is a statement without a shred of evidence.
lkrupp said:Add mouse support to iOS and you might as well buy a MacBook and be done with it. The mentality of trying to force the iPad into a laptop configuration is just anathema to me. Just buy a damn laptop for the same or lower price.
macgui said:The SE form factor is fine. It doesn't need to be bigger. Just update the screen and usual bits and call it a day.
It should be noted that it seems like the rest of the handset market has abandoned the SE form factor, so Apple could rule there by default and gain converts who don’t want to be forced to a larger form factor when they update.