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mak63
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1/5/2016 | 11:40:25 PM
OLED vs LCD
reduced thickness. Maybe a thinner iPhone is in the making?

I wonder who will be the first to come up with a phone as thick as a credit card. Would people want something like that?
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1/5/2016 | 10:56:24 AM
Re: new changes for the future.
I switched from Android to iOS this past year. I like the fact that I am not at the mercy of the phone company to decide when i can upgrade to the next version of the operating system and what features of it i can use. There is something to be said for establishing and maintaining a standard. I also think that Apple does a better job allowing users to control how apps act. Also the security and encryption are far better on Apple than Android. 
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1/2/2016 | 1:48:29 AM
Re: new changes for the future.
I think it depends on if there is major breakthrough - I am willing to see how iPhone 7s will look like. Retina display is very good but it can be made better. I love iOS and also iPhone - I am more than happy to see the new generation of iPhone hardware.
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12/31/2015 | 11:54:07 PM
Re: new changes for the future.
@SunitaT0 – What do you think of LG OLED displays? 
shakeeb
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12/31/2015 | 11:52:25 PM
Re: new changes for the future.
@SunitaT0 – Apple is very good with innovation bringing in new features and technology. 
shakeeb
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12/31/2015 | 11:49:00 PM
Re: new changes for the future.
@SunitaT0 – I have to agree with you on this, most users buy Apple for the prestige. 
shakeeb
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12/31/2015 | 11:39:40 PM
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@melgross – I feel Apple users will buy the upcoming Apple products as long as they follow an attractive marketing strategy. 
shakeeb
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12/31/2015 | 11:38:11 PM
Re: new changes for the future.
@nasimson – The change of the cable might be for users to move to hi-res audio on their mobiles. That's when the real sound quality comes to your mobile.
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12/31/2015 | 11:36:25 PM
Re: new changes for the future.
@PedroGonzales – Currently most users of apple buy the product just for the brand and not for the actual specifications of the product. Sometimes when you compare specs you really don't need an upgrade. 
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12/30/2015 | 10:35:23 PM
Re: new changes for the future.
"The 6S introduced the pressure sensitive menu system. Maybe in 7 or 7s they would make use of the iris scanner like the Lumia 950."

@SunitaT0: I think the Iris scan technology is a relatively new one and Microsoft is the pioneer in this area with their Lumia phones. It'd be interesting to see how the technology matures and whether it proves to be reliable. Till then I don't think any other manufacturer would look to invest into this technology for biometric verification.
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