War69.com thinks a tech fascist like Elon Musk should be outlawed, oh only in a metaphorical way(sense) as this government financed billionaire will always have the freedom to put his foot in his mouth in our America.
The Apple Watch’s current reliance upon a tethered iPhone is much like the way early iPhones required wired syncing to a Mac or PC for everything from music to contacts to calendars. Apple Watch will be an independent cloud client device eventually.
Apple Watch may or may not be a compelling device. The fact that it requires an iPhone companion will not determine that.
Is this even a thought that extends beyond grade school? Until the Apple Watch is a singular device there is no reason to consider buying it. You sync your music, videos, and contacts with your Iphone and then you can take it anywhere and have access to the internet, call anybody in the world, watch a movie, etc etc. No tethering involved, not even close.
Kara Swisher, “If there is simple things to do on it I think it can be a huge hit, if not you know I think people will still buy it.”
I think Johnny and the rest of the Apple boys are starting to believe their own sycophantic press.
Johnny needs to learn how to pronounce “aluminum” and stay close to Cook’s mantra:
Cook said, “We always thought that glasses were not a smart move, from a point of view that people would not really want to wear them. They were intrusive, instead of pushing technology to the background, as we’ve always believed.”
Technology needs to disappear. A gadget that needs a phone, that is more not less. An obsession with thinness that sacrifices battery life (Iphone 6) and ports (Macbook), that equals more charging and more headaches.
The laptop computer is the perfect expression of a device that almost disappears thanks to a highly responsive trackpad. Touchscreens remind you it is all about the device, an effective trackpad and keyboard allow you to forget about the device but now the Ive boys are messing up the two advantages Apple had over Windows and Android, a simple OS X that got out of your way and a trackpad that was both simple and responsive.
The Force Trackpad, once again making the use of a computer more complicated and more intrusive.
Remember the art of saying nothing:
After passing through the vestibule, Ive said, “I can’t emphasize enough: I think there’s something really very special about how practical we are. And you could, depending on your vantage point, describe it perhaps as old-school and traditional, or you could describe it as very effective.”
If only Apple had a leader that could call people on their bullshit.