/2017/07/iphone_prelude

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Gruber the Booger:
Honda makes great cars.

Honda trucks blow chunks.

So this comparison is accurate for Apple.
12:18 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
anonymous:
Why is everyone certain it's OLED instead of a different LED-based tech?
12:42 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
toolshed:
jesus fucking christ, 2 more months of this monotonous pitch. all to soften the tech press into not knifing apple for pumping out a premo phone for rich cunts.
12:44 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Gruber the Booger:
Introduced as a DOHC (Double overhead camshaft) system in Japan in the 1989 Honda Integra[1] XSi which used the 160 bhp (120 kW) B16A engine. The same year, Europe saw the arrival of VTEC in the Honda CRX 1.6i-VT, using a 150 bhp variant (B16A1). The United States market saw the first VTEC system with the introduction of the 1991 Acura NSX,[4] which used a 3-litre DOHC VTEC V6 with 270 bhp (200 kW). DOHC VTEC engines soon appeared in other vehicles, such as the 1992 Acura Integra GS-R (B17A1 1.7-litre engine), and later in the 1993 Honda Prelude VTEC


I bet Rene purchased a Canadian Prelude and was told by the salesperson it's so awesome because reasons.

I guess that since Rene lives in Canada and can't access the internet he is wrong on the time frame of vehicles.
12:51 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Gruber the Booger:
Never mind. It wasn't Rene.

It was Gruber quoting Edmunds.

My apologies.
12:55 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
anonymous:
And if this limited volume pro iphone that costs 10,000 usd has unique hardware that apps can make use of, like 3d scanning, how many devs will bother including support or building around them?

What's the point of an iphone with hardware features apps don't use?
6:21 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
Grubweiner:
@ anonymous

Rather depends what the hardware features are. A better camera for example, doesn't need no devs.
7:30 am — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
anonymous:
devs will target the iphone 8 or whatever for the same reason they target ios over android - people who spend for a premium phone are likely to spend on apps as well. and if the hardware enables cool new capabilities that devs can take advantage of, that's even more reason.
3:23 pm — Wednesday, 19 July 2017
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