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Re: Does Little iPhone Mean Apple Is Growing Up?
Posted by jescott418 on 2016-03-24 05:25:54
In reply to Jeff Kagan
Apple is really stretching these events into being rather boring and not up to what they once were. Now were getting reconstituted old models with refreshed hardware and a new model name? We need to have a event for that? I think its clear now that Steve Jobs was the only one at Apple with vision for expansion of Apple products. Other than the Watch everything since Jobs passing has been reconstituted products. Tim Cook certainly has no vision other than keeping things in the black. Jony Ives is purely a obsessive design freak about thin and no ports. Hardware and functionality have been severely muted and Samsung is killing the iPhone on innovation. The iPhone SE was purely done to try and keep some buyers from going over to Android and also to offer a iPhone that works in the pre paid plan market.




 * Topic  Author  Date
Re: Does Little iPhone Mean Apple Is Growing Up?  Jeff Kagan  2016-03-17 14:03:58
Re: Does Little iPhone Mean Apple Is Growing Up?  jescott418  2016-03-24 05:25:54
Re: Does Little iPhone Mean Apple Is Growing Up?  MitchH  2016-03-22 10:16:03
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