I agree with iVoid. I've always wanted that lower/upper case shift. Android does it that way.
Gary: We're looking into that. So far, it seems to me that after AirPort Utility has been launched, it takes awhile to convert MAC or IP address to the names found in Settings > About > Name (plus the .local suffix). But we've not yet discovered the full details.
Lee: P.S. For a view of the back, scroll down on Apple's tech spec page. http://www.apple.com/imac/specs/
Lee: Yes, the audio out jack is in the same place as previous iMacs.
Bob: I saw that deterioration before when I had one finger defined. However, I haven't seen it yet with two defined! If I do, I'll update.
bbbo: Here you go: http://doonesbury.slate.com/strip/set/24
Mr. Jenks: Perhaps you overlooked it, but I did cover the kinds of activities that benefit from a bigger iPhone display in paragraph #3. I think maps, videos and book reading benefit greatly. There are times when we don't have our iPad with us, such as driving (and spouse helping to navigate), doctor/dentist waiting rooms, spouse trying on clothes at the mall, etc. when, for example, a 5-inch display would be greatly pleasing.
aardman: I agree about keeping a patch of skin covered. That's just another ergonomic issue to deal with. Perhaps it will have its own sensor and provide its own warning: "I see you haven't moved about lately. Are you reading? Now might be a good time to take this iWatch off, give your wrist a break." The possibilities will be fascinating. And a kinetic mechanism, while old-school, might just be new again.
Scott 2: Have you identified a performance issue that you can tell us about such that the solution is more than 1 GB of RAM? This iPad Air review has some favorable performance measurements. http://www.wired.co.uk/reviews/tablets/2013-11/apple-ipad-air-review
w00t! I hold the record! I'll tell Bryan Chaffin.