Re: Apple's iPhone 11 Pro 'triggering' fear of holes
I wonder how long it will be before someone buys an iPhone, suffers from this 'trypophobia' problem and then sues Apple for the distress caused?
All my devices are Apple Macs – MacBook Pro laptop, 27" iMac desktop and an iPhone but there is no way would I pay £1,000+ for a mobile phone. Prices have become stupid but as long as there are those willing to queue on the launch day to be one of the first to buy, there is a market. I look at it now that means there's always one-year old iPhones for sale far cheaper than a new one. My iPhone is around six or seven years' old now, it is still supported by Apple and works trouble-free.
I find it useful that they can all be linked, plus many years' ago I was in an industry that used Macs. That was it, there were no Windows PCs that would run the software we used.
Some of you may recall that I have said on here I would never use Microsoft. That is simply due to how many problems there appear to be with updates that just fill the hard drives, nothing else at all.
Apple also have occasional updates, most of them for security reasons but without the problems that seem to be as a result of Windows users being used as guinea pigs rather than Microsoft getting the software right initially.