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Apple: Let's work on a tablet.Apple Later: You know... this would work better as a phone.15 years later:Apple: Let's work on a folding phone.Apple Later: You know... this would work better as a folding tablet.I know a lot of people have their doubts, but I always leave it to Apple to figure out what the best implementation is before I make any judgements. Sure, they don't always make the best product decisions, but more often than not, it seems to work out.
Does no one remember when text messages were an extra part of owning a cell phone and they were either $20 extra per month for unlimited or $0.25 each (and other expensive plans)?
The blue bubble told Apple iPhone users that sending a message to a green texter cost them MONEY. Getting a message also cost MONEY. Blue messages used internet data and not "the text network".
Now, with texting included (and plan prices all increased), it became a way to telling the iPhone owners that the receiver won't be seeing the special effects, tapback thumbs up and responses the same way (if one was even aware).
I'm surprised google didn't invent it's own service.
digitol said:Phrauck Apple! Fphraucking froauck the notch on screens!!!!! Fire Tim The Coook. I goes the apple second market just went up in value!