Ha ha, you should quit your day job and be a comedian full time!!!I've got Tim on the line and I will ask him.
Off topic, but never new Mazda was coming out with a diesel. We've really enjoyed our diesel SUVs...with the Jeep Grand Cherokee our favorite.As a former Mazda owner I know how long a diesel CX-5 has been coming soon. Sometimes those words mean hours, sometimes days, sometimes weeks, sometimes months, sometimes yaars, sometimes never.
Are you in the US? The US still has a very high chance to see it this year I figure, unless a major f_ up happens.I know everything we can do is speculate, but I am glad there is another thread on this because I purchased the watch with the idea of having the ECG functionality. I am truly hoping that it comes this year. I do quick google searches for it and nothing has been mentioned in the last couple of weeks on whether and when it will be released.
Not quite the same. AirPower was an issue of Apple being overly confident in announcing a product that was not yet working when they hadn't solved some of the physics involved (overheating). A product with the type of coils the Airpower needs didn't' and doesn't exist because of those issues.Maybe never? Just like AirPower. One can’t trust Apple anymore.
That's true, but Tim Cook did specifically say during the most recent earnings call, in plain English, that it's coming this year. That isn't a guarantee, but it's very clear and from the very top.Just because Apple says it is coming this year, that is no guarantee.
Interesting tidbit. I didn't know he said that. Not only is that very clear coming from the top, but companies get into a lot of trouble if they mislead shareholders in such situations. Cook would have to be as certain as he could be in order to say that then.That's true, but Tim Cook did specifically say during the most recent earnings call, in plain English, that it's coming this year. That isn't a guarantee, but it's very clear and from the very top.
Yes. This is not a case of vapor[hare]ware, like the AirPower mat. The hardware has been sold to people. And the promises about delivery were not just vague statements at a sales event, they were made by Tim on an earnings call. If they miss, it's going to be a really BFD. If Apple misses, they _will_ get sued and they _will_ lose.Interesting tidbit. I didn't know he said that. Not only is that very clear coming from the top, but companies get into a lot of trouble if they mislead shareholders in such situations. Cook would have to be as certain as he could be in order to say that then.
AliveCor seems to have managed.Its not just the taking of the ECG its the interpretation and being able to forward it to a medical professional.
Its a problem similar to rolling out apple pay but with a higher threat of litigation.
I know what you mean, but it's not the same. AirPower was sales talk for vaporware. Nothing was ever sold. ECG has been promised twice with specific deadlines for an existing product that's in the retail channel.It’s coming when AirPower comes
Guess you were wrong about that, eh?AW5 is when we will see the ECG.
In a memo to employees, Verizon announced Duel eSIM support for "early December" to coincide with the expected iOS 12.1.1 update. watchOS 5.1.2 could be released at that time as well.Guess you were wrong about that, eh?
So sounds like we may just be a week or two from ECG now...although I haven't paid attention to which release the watch beta is on. It seems like in the past it has taken 3-5 releases before they roll it out.