When's the last time he did this? I thought he'd stopped for years.
That's what I meant as well. Not sure the last time he did a voiceover.Well, I think what others are saying, is that he always has some type of iPhone introduction in the middle of the demo, where he describes a feature over in the video itself, not literally introducing the iPhone on an annual basis.
I believe Sir Humphry Davy preferred Aluminum, but bowed to pressure that it should end in 'ium' to be more consistent with other elements.The best way to pronounce aluminium.
As others have said, he is very annoying to listen to and you just want to turn the audio off when he starts talking. He just speaks in hyperbole and uses a level of abstraction that no one ****ing understands. I'm a Brit, and I find him annoying. I just don't understand why someone as smart as him does not understand how stupid and clinically insane he looks when he goes into a deep reflection to discuss something as simple as a touchscreen. It's impossible.
Someone in another thread said "he uses a lot of fluff to describe basic things". That's exactly the problem.
The less content he is featured in, the better. Sorry.
Maybe with him on the way out, we'll get a normal ****ing mouse from Apple one day soon without it being an ergonomic and RSI disaster.
I wouldn't be surprised if he is allowed to give the design video speech that he has always done if he's the one designing it (the upcoming model). Who knows. We will find out.