You might want to read the rest of the thread before clicking on the link and watching the video: http://www.wired.com/2016/04/went-inside-magic-leaps-mysterious-hq-heres-saw/ Now, how do you feel about your iPhone 5s/6/6s/7-10 or 11 or 12 in 2022? does it feel nice and pleasantly heavy like holding a bar of gold in your hand? does it shines so irresistibly, the Apple logo, the background it lies on, the trim at the front, like jewelry? Does it feel heavy and nice in your pocket? do you like the smooth command of the apps on your home screen, swiping them, and they quickly move around like the flow of a river, unlike on an iPhone 1, 3G, 3GS, and 4? Do you like the complete command of manipulating a webpage, it too moving smoothly up and down with momentum as you read the news? do you like the convenient of watching a quick information video without having to sit in a chair and starting up a computer, lying in your bed instead? Do you like starting up your iPhone to check the weather or set the alarm before you go to bed? Now lets say all of this will be gone, replaced by this wearable in front of your eyes called "Magic Leap". Bar of gold? shine? heavy jewelry in your pocket? smooth interaction on a screen? Apple Pay? all gone and replaced. Only one of these things will survive, the iPhone or Magic Leap, in the name of redundancy. How do you feel about replacing your iPhone as described above for this new technology? I want to hear your mind very much on everything about this subject. Write out your concern, for an example, "if my iPhone will be gone, how will I set the alarm? do I set it on this glass?", "if my iPhone is gone, do I need to put on the glass to check the weather?", write about any concern you have of your utility, once on your iPhone, that you will now have to do on the Magic Leap glass instead. Or, if not this, write about any other concern or thoughts relating to the survival of only one of these technology, iPhone or Magic Leap, going forward. The Wired article: June 1, 2016 Will give you background information on this technology so you can address this thread. Thanks!