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Netcrawl
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12/31/2014 6:04:15 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@chrishadblog, I agree with you, Apple products have always been designed, delightful and friendly, I say friendly because they focus on a "friendly" customer experience. They focus on removal of complexity in favor of ease of use with innovative features like SIRI or personal assistant and many more. Not only does Apple have history of innovations, they wow their customers through design and packaging, they design their products brilliantly. 

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Netcrawl
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12/31/2014 5:52:07 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@SunitaTO, Apple really knows how to create buzz with consumers and media, they dominate the media space with its new product launches. Apple cultivate an air of secrecy and intrigue to fuel speculation and buzz about their new products. Many tech companies go to great length to preserve confidentiality during their product development pahse, but Apple is different, its a master of the teaser marketing campaign, dragging on the suspense for as long as possible ( creating what we called excitement ). For months before the release date, the media conversation and buzz builds to deafening levels, Apple stokes the buzz by providing virtually no information about their new products. 

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:22:39 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@Yalanand: So if the angle is a bit steep does it affect ? 

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:21:44 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@SunitaTO: Exactly, there are so many things in the market and they are not that cheap either but sadly most of them do the same job that the others do. So its in for good competition 

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:20:28 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@SunitaTO: Yes a good opportunity for the battery issue to get solved. I think this will surely benefit many

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:16:56 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@yalanand: I don't agree with you on it. Apple is not only famous for its design but also for its innovative features

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chirshadblog
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12/31/2014 5:15:56 AM
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Re: Re : Apple Watch Illustrates the Battery Life Challenge for Wearable Technology
 

@Yaland: Well it's a major disadvantage for them because they cannot compete with the current market right now. Also the difference in the price tag too is not that big

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yalanand
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12/31/2014 4:52:02 AM
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Re: Re : Apple Watch Illustrates the Battery Life Challenge for Wearable Technology
Not so sure though, but i recently read and realized, that the iWatch could also gain more battery life through the use of an AMOLED screen

@samicksha, I agree with you. But only disadvantage of AMOLED screens is that AMOLED displays may be difficult to view in direct sunlight compared with LCDs because of their reduced maximum brightness.

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yalanand
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12/31/2014 4:45:22 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
It does not have a classic design like the Moto 360.

@SunitaT0, lets not forget Apple is famous for its designs. No doubt Moto360 looks better but I feel people get more attracted towards Apple designs and many feel that Apple's aesthetic is influencing the future of electronics design.


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SunitaT0
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12/31/2014 4:32:21 AM
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Re: Always Tethered to the iPhone
@yalanand: there are other options to increase the battery life as well. For the most basic thing, we are forgetting that old digital watches could run on solar power, and since solar panels and smart watches have come a long way, we can ensure that smart watches are powered by the thinnest solar power strip we have ever seen. This could solve the battery problems.

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