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sflocal said:AppleInsider said:, along with a new Portrait mode that uses a dramatic depth of field effect for DLSR-rivaling background bokeh that focuses the viewer's attention on the foreground subject.
I love how the iPhone takes photos, and it is great everyday camera. In no way do any of the photos rival my Canon 5DM3 dSLR. If you stopped sensationalizing that ho-hum effect as "DSLR-rivaling", many of us would not even be calling you out.It's a nifty feature that Apple is doing, but a digital mockup of an analog effect is still a mockup. Enough with the hyping.
spice-boy said:I think the reason Apple extended the iPhone 6 design into the 7 model is because the new design which will be introduced as the 8 was not ready in time for the 7. A lot of people are predicting that 8 will be a radical change in design, materials with some new pony tricks. I tend to hold onto my iPhones for 3 years so I don't really care but I am puzzled by people that upgrade every year for what recently has been minor changes (3D touch) and camera improvements.
Good point about cooking cooking, I know and I do a good bit of it. One can follow as closely as one can on a recipe but the ending may be great or plain lousy. Knowing the recipe wouldn't makes one a good cook. SOG35 the troll, time to crawl back to that wet place under the rock which you called home.Yeah, I mean it's like Jamie Oliver teaching how to cook!! Sorry to be blunt, but you're wrong. Copying a recipe for success won't turn another company into Apple. You can't look at this book and suddenly replicate Apple's culture. A culture is about values and they must be internal. How they work is born of their values as people and what they see as important. This book and the accompanying video is Apple putting design itself on a pedestal. It's good for the brand to show the outside world to what degree they value this stuff. And it's good for internal teams within Apple to remind themselves why Apple exists and how it views itself. This is something Samsung cannot copy. But you miss that nuance.
You'll run yourself into an early grave the way you're going. No amount money or whatever value you have on your AAPL shares is worth your constant complaining. Give yourself a break. Take up daily meditation or something. I never in a million years thought I'd need it but for 9 months now I meditate once or twice a day. You might try it. Might calm down your need to control the world for a while and improve your health. Life's too short. All this giving out isn't getting you anywhere. Have a think about it.