Will it be worth it? I skipped the last update. It wasn't much of an update, to me...
That is a very subjective question. If you don’t use your watch more than your phone, I would say wait for next year, as the projected update from series 4 to series 6 (feature wise) will not be big.
As we here say...what are you talking about? From a legal point of view? He made no contract. It was a rumor. 🤪😆😅😂🤣From legal point of view, he said NO to event announcement today days ago. So here made the clear NO.
Again, to announce the event today, Apple was clearly was working for this, for days or even weeks...so IF jon had rock insider, that insider would have known that today will be an event announcement and not products
Again, if we think at cold, as we here say, in terms of court of law...Jon was wrong, Mark was right. Mark had the better insider to put this way...and also Mark is saying that at the event will not be iphones...so with 1 week earlier, so 7 days...
Remember, Jon even yesterday had the wrong "leak"
I think it's the opposite. Few people will buy an iPhone 11 now, unless they have to get a new iPhone asap or if they don't bother to google whether it's a good idea to buy one now. Everyone else will wait for the iPhone 12.
However, if they already announce the iPhone 12 now, release it in October/November, but now already drop prices for the 11, they will sell a lot of 11s again in the next few weeks. Because for many people the extra 100$ for the iPhone 12 won't be worth it. This might actually allow them to see a nice surge of selling 11s now, which is also good because iPhone 12 supply will be difficult in the first few weeks, et cetera.
Don't worry, these days it is impossible for Apple to surprise with hardware. Any hardware they're releasing leaks weeks or months in advance, and is all but definite in last week or so leading up to launch.I have it on very good authority that a new 12.9 inch iPad Pro will be announced. How do I know, my new one just arrived today and I always get a new one moments before they announce.
Apple spent over an hour in March 2018 talking about a single product: $329 iPad with Pencil.
With the way iPad sales have hit record highs in the past quarter, you can bet Apple will spend a lot of time patting themselves on the back along with testimonials and other filler material.
Apple should charge a “surplus charge” for people who want the midnight blue for the budget iPhone 12. Maybe $200 more?
Budget = AluminumIf it’s anything like last year’s Midnight Green color it will be produced using a process that colors the glass and stainless steel frame of the Pro models. Therefore it wouldn’t be available on the aluminum non-Pro phones.
I’m surprised people don’t talk about this distinction more, as I think personally that the steel products (watch, phone) feel significantly more premium and the aluminum feel more traditional as Apple has used them for so many years and across more product lines.
Budget = Aluminum
Stainless = Premium
No, it was not similar with iPhone X.
iPhone X introduced a brand new $999 ultra premium category. Prior to 2017, iPhones were typically $649. A $999 iPhone does not Osborne a $649 iPhone.