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The iPhone 11 Pro is the most expensive iPhone you can buy today – Is it a worthy successor to the previous most expensive iPhones you can buy or is it a rehash worth skipping?

 

 

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Buy an iPhone 11:
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I don't care about what anyone says, the iPhone 11 Pro Max is the best phone on the market IMO.

 

^Coming from someone who has owned a OnePlus 7T, S10, S10+, P30 Pro, and many other phones.


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I think most of Linus's gripes with the Apple Watch (like the Google Mail problem) are issues that the respective developer of the software has to address, not Apple. Using the default mail client on the Apple watch, I can read full mails just fine.

 

Another prominent example of this is WhatsApp, which doesn't have a client for the Apple Watch. That's not Apple's fault though, Telegram offers one, so it's clearly doable.

 

Other than that I liked the review. The 11 Pro seems like a great device, albeit at the usual Apple premium price. Still bummed about the loss of 3D Touch, though. I'll admit it had limited usefulness, but it had so much potential. The only thing they would've had to improve was discoverability.

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Hahahaha....an ad for rugs? I mean, I'm sure some people need them, but the person at that company that thought it'd be a good choice for LTT didn't do a great deal of research into most of their viewers.

 

I'm awfully tempted to try out an iPhone, but until they bring in an app drawer and have better compatibility with Google apps it's a no go for me.

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@LinusTech I had thought that the Android dialer was horribly buggy for years until I saw your video. You might have gotten used to it, but for the rest of us, we just want to enter a number when given a dial pad. There is a similar situation with Windows 10 search. Anyone who has gotten used to it will love it and hate anything different, but everyone else just wants it to search the machine like it did on Windows 7.

 

In the case of the dialer’s number pad, people generally want it to work like it did on the first push button phones. On those, the letters on the number pad are meant to allow easy entry of mnemonic phone numbers like (800) MY–APPLE. It got reused for SMS entry in early cell phones, but modern cellphones support QWERTY keyboards, so they do not need it. Those of us who want to lookup a contact by name use the contacts tab or just ask Siri to call that contact.

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29 minutes ago, ryao said:

@LinusTech I had thought that the Android dialer was horribly buggy for years until I saw your video. You might have gotten used to it, but for the rest of us, we just want to enter a number when given a dial pad. There is a similar situation with Windows 10 search. Anyone who has gotten used to it will love it and hate anything different, but everyone else just wants it to search the machine like it did on Windows 7.

 

In the case of the dialer’s number pad, people generally want it to work like it did on the first push button phones. On those, the letters on the number pad are meant to allow easy entry of mnemonic phone numbers like (800) MY–APPLE. It got reused for SMS entry in early cell phones, but modern cellphones support QWERTY keyboards, so they do not need it. Those of us who want to lookup a contact by name use the contacts tab or just ask Siri to call that contact.

You say that as though the apple dialer also takes number entry seriously. 

 

I have to enter ALL 10 digits of a number that's in my address book rather than just entering the first few and letting it auto-complete. Why would that be? 

 

These features cost nothing to add and could easily be disabled for people who find them confusing. 

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1 hour ago, floofer said:

Have to say, CarPlay on iOS 13.2 works perfect for me. I don't experience the same issues you do, maybe its car specific or just works fine on Pioneer units?

No, it happens at random, and it was well known by beta testers for a long while now.


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4 minutes ago, Drak3 said:

No, it happens at random, and it was well known by beta testers for a long while now.

I've been a tester since the Dev preview. No issues whatsoever. They have fixed numerous issues with the new CarPlay too.

 

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come to think of it, CarPlay works fine on my fathers phone and his Nissan Leaf. Haven't heard any complaints. Probably a service issue.

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I never found much use for 3D touch over long press, honestly. I use an iPhone and have for a long time, and honestly forgot it existed until it was removed. I just found it annoying that a long, "soft" press enabled app rearrangement when I just wanted to rename a folder.


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Not complete list of corrections/needed addendums from the video. Credit to YT comments and myself as my raging migraine is keeping me from thinking of them myself.

 

"Siri can't mute notifications"- You're using the wrong phrase, ask siri to turn on do not disturb and she will listen. Is your point still valid that siri is rather limited? Yeah.

 

"Apple Car Play is bad"- This is mostly if not entirely an issue with GM infotainment systems. FCA doesn't have the issues you're having, neither do most European companies. Per Anthony, Honda does experience the same issue.

 

"Apple watch is limited in interacting with 3rd party apps"- This is a developer issue of the apps, smart watches are fairly dumb devices and can only do what they're coded to do, they can't figure out anything on their own the way a lot of other devices can.

 

Will edit as a think of/see things I can confirm, but here ya go. Also, commenting on dictation is risky without an "in my experience" preface as it is very dependent on how long you've been using it and how strong your accent is if you have one. I can't make any dictation work for me, Siri, Google, Bixby, Alexa. None of them can understand me consistently because of my heavy and mixed accent.


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4 hours ago, dizmo said:

Hahahaha....an ad for rugs? I mean, I'm sure some people need them, but the person at that company that thought it'd be a good choice for LTT didn't do a great deal of research into most of their viewers.

 

I'm awfully tempted to try out an iPhone, but until they bring in an app drawer and have better compatibility with Google apps it's a no go for me.

Next years phone seems a lot more interesting.

I think google apps are as optimised on iOS as you can get, given that they will never get to enjoy system integration with the OS, and Apple is content to keep them at arm's length so they can favour their own stock apps. 

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1 hour ago, SenKa said:

"Apple Car Play is bad"- This is mostly if not entirely an issue with GM infotainment systems. FCA doesn't have the issues you're having, neither do most European companies.

It's the same thing in my 2017 Honda Civic and has been since I got it, not just with my 6S Plus but also tested with the 7 and XS Max. I've got a theory that this is due to mobile network delay, but since offline dictation is a thing, this seems like an issue that's easily solved...


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25 minutes ago, GabenJr said:

It's the same thing in my 2017 Honda Civic and has been since I got it, not just with my 6S Plus but also tested with the 7 and XS Max. I've got a theory that this is due to mobile network delay, but since offline dictation is a thing, this seems like an issue that's easily solved...

Strange that it's certain brands, because I can tell you from experience Fiat-Chrysler vehicles don't experience any weirdness. Good to know though!


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6 hours ago, LinusTech said:

You say that as though the apple dialer also takes number entry seriously. 

 

I have to enter ALL 10 digits of a number that's in my address book rather than just entering the first few and letting it auto-complete. Why would that be? 

 

These features cost nothing to add and could easily be disabled for people who find them confusing. 

You're right the feature should have been added years ago. The only work around that comes to mind is searching by number in your contacts. Apple's reasoning for excluding the feature from the dialer could be the fact most people don't bother memorizing their contacts anymore. I'm not saying this is an excuse but it could help to explain the features absence. 

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9 hours ago, Yeroh said:

I think most of Linus's gripes with the Apple Watch (like the Google Mail problem) are issues that the respective developer of the software has to address, not Apple. Using the default mail client on the Apple watch, I can read full mails just fine.

 

Another prominent example of this is WhatsApp, which doesn't have a client for the Apple Watch. That's not Apple's fault though, Telegram offers one, so it's clearly doable.

I agree with this, the 3rd party developers need to enable these certain features, (seems like Microsoft Teams' got their stuff together) but I think Linus' arguement is that Apple as the manufacturer and developer of the products should also put more rigid policies in place so that all apps follow similar behaviour, this seems to be the case with iOS for the most part. Android has issues with this too obviously, in some cases each app is a mixed bag and you aren't sure what functionality to expect from the notification bar or lock screen etc. In the end, both parties have some blame.

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On 10/19/2019 at 4:55 PM, LinusTech said:

You say that as though the apple dialer also takes number entry seriously. 

 

I have to enter ALL 10 digits of a number that's in my address book rather than just entering the first few and letting it auto-complete. Why would that be? 

 

These features cost nothing to add and could easily be disabled for people who find them confusing. 

You overestimate the average user. Anything more than the entered numbers appearing on screen in the dialer confuse one of my neighbors who definitely would have no clue how to turn such a function off. This neighbor was confused by android’s dialer having things appear as the number was entered (as was I).

 

Honestly, I am happy with the dialer acting like a “retro” push button phone in having almost no frills on the number pad. The only frill that it does have is that if you enter a number in your address book, it will display the contact’s name so you know that you entered it correctly.

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7 hours ago, ryao said:

You overestimate the average user. Anything more than the entered numbers appearing on screen in the dialer confuse one of my neighbors who definitely would have no clue how to turn such a function off. This neighbor was confused by android’s dialer having things appear as the number was entered (as was I).

 

Honestly, I am happy with the dialer acting like a “retro” push button phone in having almost no frills on the number pad. The only frill that it does have is that if you enter a number in your address book, it will display the contact’s name so you know that you entered it correctly.

What I don't understand is... Why not both? It wouldn't take much effort to do something like this...

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21 hours ago, GabenJr said:

What I don't understand is... Why not both? It wouldn't take much effort to do something like this...

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You might have misunderstood what I described. If you enter the number of a person in your contacts, their name appears below it after you have entered the entire number. There is no search / autocomplete attempted. It is a subtle way of telling you that you had easier ways of calling the person than entering the number. If you want to do a search by contact name (which is far more mnemonic than the number), you go to the contact list and then you can have your partial word search results or better yet, just ask Siri to call the person.

 

Even though I could adapt, I appreciate not having a mini game pop up on my screen when I am entering a phone number. The average person ought to feel similarly. My neighbor who is basically as average as they come certainly prefers not having the phone try to help when entering a number. That confused her when she tried dialing numbers on Android, but she has had no problems since switching to the iPhone. Anything unexpected appearing when entering a number is too much for some people.

 

Those who find such functionality desirable can always install a third party application from the iOS store to get it:

 

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/t9-dialer/id1104916319

 

Unlike yourself and Linus, people who are confused by anything other than simplicity could not install a third party dialer to fix things if the default were changed to cater to your tastes.

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On 10/19/2019 at 4:55 PM, LinusTech said:

You say that as though the apple dialer also takes number entry seriously. 

 

I have to enter ALL 10 digits of a number that's in my address book rather than just entering the first few and letting it auto-complete. Why would that be? 

 

These features cost nothing to add and could easily be disabled for people who find them confusing. 

To answer your question (as I just realized that it was not rhetorical), you are not supposed to be entering the number for someone in your contacts. You are supposed to either ask Siri to call them or open the contacts list and use the search box. Alternatively, you can install a third party dialer that does what you want:

 

https://apps.apple.com/us/app/t9-dialer/id1104916319

 

That is something that people who need simplicity could not do if the stock dialer had been to your preference. Those people would not be able to disable them either. The average person just needs a simulation of a push button phone. All push button phones have letters on the number pad to aid with entering mnemonic numbers. Phones have been that way for at least 80 years and that is generally what people expect.

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