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A few (too many) have griped about the horrible seething pain of not having the freedom to ignore low battery warnings repeatedly and then once it’s dead, use it as a corded mouse for a while. Apple decided that if you choose to ignore all the warnings, you can later let your mouse charge for 2 1/2 hours without using it… but in reality, if you just need a charge to last until the end of the day, a 15-30 minute charge will do the job, and you can charge it the rest of the way over night.
Apple’s opt-criticized decision to put the lightning port on the bottom makes a lot of sense to me— the clear message here is that when you see “mouse battery low” warnings, plug your mouse in to charge the next time you walk away from your computer— over lunch, or at the end of the day. Since it’s a 2-month-lasting battery and Apple’s low battery predictions are often accurate and give you plenty of time, you really have 2-3 days before it’s dead, so even the most forgetful of users will have multiple chances to plug the thing in overnight.
But this really seems like an intentional design choice to prevent users from using the mouse with a cable plugged-in permanently. Corded mice almost always have the cable built-in rather than having a female plug for good reason— moving a mouse around can and will put a lot of strain on a plug. So Apple made the decision that rather than warning users not to use the mouse while plugged in for extended periods of time, to make it impossible to use while charging.
The predecessor was the mid-2017 Function Keys MacBook Pro 13”, not the late-2016 model.
It looks to me like these speakers are simply ported— a common technique used in home theater speakers to achieve bigger sound. Also, the way this is laid out the speakers are further away from the logic board too, which might allow Apple to crank the bass further up, knowing that potentially chip-breaking low-frequency sound waves have more distance to dissipate.
Step 7: I think it's worh noting that while the 6S Plus's Taptic component is much shorter than the 6S's, it's volumetricly not much smaller. The 6S Plus's comes in at 588 mm³ while the 6S's is 672 mm³— just 14% larger.
Doing some back-of-the-enveloper math and shaving off 0.5 mm each dimension thats 478.5 mm³ for the 6S Plus and 512.325 mm³ for the 6S— 7% larger.
A teardown of the Taptic component could reveal that the internals in the 6S Plus's are the same size or even a hair larger. I'd like to see that teardown.
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