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SunitaT0
SunitaT0
12/31/2014 4:31:24 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@chirshadblog: Yes, but in today’s fast moving world people have a lot of money and less time, hence comes things like smart watches that allow people to manage time by making them know about appointments, let them know how much calories they are burning by walking to the office etc. In my opinion though, smart watches are not needed.

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yalanand
yalanand
12/31/2014 4:18:14 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@amrutah, thanks a lot for sharing the links. The coupling is not only dependent on the distance but it also depends on the shape of the coils and the angle between them.

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SunitaT0
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12/31/2014 4:06:06 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@tzubair: Charging via hand movement? How does that play out? I don't like the design of the Apple Watch. It does not have a classic design like the Moto 360. It looks cartoonish.

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SunitaT0
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12/31/2014 4:04:35 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@ue2014: There have been players already. Apple's biggest competition is Android and truly, an android device can do twice the tasks an apple iPhone can do at half the price, so that is a big factor. I think if they (Apple) did not make overpriced flagship products rather they concentrated in making conveniently priced middle range products, then that would be a game changer, and Android's middle ranged market would shake.

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SunitaT0
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12/31/2014 4:00:26 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@netcrawl: Apple's marketing is ingenious. They manage to make people buy their stuff every year. I don't know about the east, but some of my friends are Apple fans for no good reason. They have to buy every update of the iPhone every year. Maybe it is an addiction.

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yalanand
yalanand
12/31/2014 3:50:04 AM
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Re: Carbon nanotubes
What is the other best possible option available ?

@chirshadblog, Carbon nano tubes is still the best option its just that we need to evolve this technology so that we can put into production.


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yalanand
yalanand
12/31/2014 3:48:15 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
Well the old watches do have some great features which cannot be matched with the new fascinating features.

@chirshadblog, well each technology has its own advantages and disadvantages. We need to choose the technology which best suits our needs.


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ue2014
ue2014
12/31/2014 1:03:00 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@ Ranasinghe >>>>> every one can't afford the apple gadgets every time.>>>>

Agree with your comment above. As discussed earlier too, its their main positioning stratergy again that plays a majr role. They do not want their product to be every used by every one which in return allows them to charge high premium for their customers for Brand Positioning. 

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ue2014
ue2014
12/30/2014 11:58:58 PM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@ dassa.an - Yes they will. But it will not be a joyfull and peacefull jurney for them as earlier. With the rapid developments, there will be players who will challenge the Apples comfortable zones too. 

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dassa.an
dassa.an
12/30/2014 11:45:40 PM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@ue2014: Yes Apple have dominated the market over the years and they will continue to do so

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