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The Mac Index – Compare Apple product prices in different countries
The Mac Index indexes Apple Store and compare prices of Apple products in different countries, against recent currency exchange rate.
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How to request refunds on app purchases
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Why Apple will be late to foldable phones (and still win) • Tom's Guide
Jason Snell (who has written for years and years about Apple):
<p>If Apple did build a foldable iPhone, it would probably be best to think of it as an iPhone that could expand to become a small iPad. Given the power of Apple's A-series processors and the increasingly sophisticated and PC-like features of the iPad, that could be a compelling product.

There's another possibility, and it arises from a long-standing Apple design philosophy. This is what I've taken to calling "Jobs' Law," the idea that every new iteration of an Apple product should strive to be thinner and lighter than the previous generation.

A foldable phone would seem to go against Jobs' Law, because that folding mechanism will presumably mean thicker phones, at least at the start. But I wonder if having a folding mechanism would enable Apple to design much smaller iPhones. While Apple has embraced large phones like the iPhone XR and the iPhone XS Max due to market pressures, I'm not entirely convinced that the company's heart is in it.

Maybe the future of the foldable iPhone is more like a Palm phone that flips out to become a phablet, not a phablet that becomes a tablet.

Sure, a foldable iPhone could be a giant phablet that folds out into a small iPad. But it could also be a small, iPhone SE-size model that flips open to provide iPhone XS Max-style real estate on demand. Maybe the future of the foldable iPhone is more like a Palm phone that flips out to become a phablet, not a phablet that becomes a tablet.</p>

The thing about a foldable iPhone (or iPad?) is that you'd want the bigger screen occasionally - like the people I see on the train who watch downloaded or streaming video on a tablet-sized screen. Much of the time you wouldn't.

I really can't figure out whether it's a gimmick or something useful.
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16 hours ago by charlesarthur

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