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The funny thing is all of those who commented about issues with the new MacBook pros have not try or tested the laptops yet and they spoke as if they are the authority, damn sad.
As someone commented software optimization has a part that make the pros better than they look on paper.
As for those who wish to jump ship go ahead.
nolamacguy said:jordanjones3 said:juanguapo said:iPhone* by Google
*There, fixed that for ya.
further the 6 is a refinement of the 5's design, and arguably the M7 is too:
then after the 6 HTC followed it even more:
...basically the HTC models are copies every step of the way, including the M7.
disneylandman said:Take a look around and face reality. Not many people care to buy or wear an Apple Watch, compared to the millions that use an iPhone. The smart watch category is a niche market and the masses choose not to buy one. That is just the way it is, and Kuo is pretty much on target with the Apple market. The Apple Watch is lumped in with iPods and AppleTVs because it is nothing more than an accessory product. So Apple never has to release the numbers because it is combined with other accessory sales. Smart move on Apple's part for the financial statement.
why- said:I think this is something more manufacturers need to be doing. over time the smartphone has ceased to be a smartphone. if I remember correctly a study said less than 17% of activity on smartphones has been actually calling people. smartphones now are basically miniature tablets, micro computers that you can slip into your trousers pocket. there are so many more possibilities than what they currently are, and I think using modular pieces like this to take advantage of a smartphone's power is a great idea
it's why people are so interested in microsoft's continuum. it takes a smartphone and turns it into a computer. imagine a world in which all you need is a smartphone. you can use it as a credit card, a computer, a camera, whatever you want as long as you've got the right accessories