字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Oh, I see how it's doing. It's pushing it. Push. Uh, it's still the same degree of precision like it's doing the wave Innis on purpose. Could the next iPhone, By the way, you're the Yeah, the name. First of all, what is that? 11. I kind of think they have to do this whole Roman numeral thing because they switched from numbers, but I don't think we can hold them to that. It's losing its luster. Could the iPhone 11 power a laptop? Okay, right off the bat. Yes, right. It could. It could, but should the iPhone 11 power laptop. So there's this, uh, this patent application here, which looks a lot like something. That was it. Razor showed off at sea? Yes, a few years back. Don't forget the name. It was either Linda Linda, like Project Linda, in which a phone slotted into the area where you would normally have a track pad. It was a cool idea. It was a razor phone. So obviously a lot of hype around the performance of the phone razor wanting to show off something having to do with that performance. You get the touch screen as a track pad which is kind of cool. What I was thinking is it's getting harder and harder to convince people to spend like 1000 bucks on a phone. If you could make the proposition that the phone can also be their laptop. Are you looking at the iPad application? Yeah, yeah, that's the thing is, they've already tried selling people like me on an iPad. Replacing the laptop and IOS is not quite there yet. It's kind of been that, like, last hurdle, they've had to get over. So trying to Flat and I phoned into that application might be even harder. So I understand you stand about spending $1000 a year after year, not as convincing. What if you slaughtered it into the spot? And rather than have IOS, you had OS 10. What Samsung did with the decks set up? Yes. Is that the interface is completely different from an drone. Whole different You? Yeah, it kind of looks like chrome or something. You plug the iPhone or the iPad into the specialized apple doc, and you get this OS 10 light or some version that the 8 12 or 13 could power that could be very interesting. Yeah, I mean, and the thing is, we keep talking about just how powerful these new Apple products are. The mobile products, the phones, the iPad and so on. It's almost like in their current environment, they're not really using the hardware that's sitting there, like for a lot of people. A lot of people are buying these things, and they're not really maxing out the capacity. And it's obvious that Apple has a real advantage in that department. When it comes to mobile processors, it's almost like they're under utilizing that advantage. And this could be a way to kind of show case just how powerful those mobile processors are. If they did it well, it would be a great showcase because we said that for a while. Like not only is theeighty 12 so great need 12 exits so great. But you have so much more headroom performance wise that the phone last super long time you get a new OS update. It works fine, showing some application toe, a normal person that could actually take more of a use of that processing power instead of just Instagram and Twitter and Gmail. Like most people never actually use that extra power. You put that in the hands of, ah, student taking notes on it there suddenly, I don't know multitasking Tuapse open at the same time kind of thing. Let's say Apple does go ahead and create a product like this. I mean, really, it's just an accessory. It's just a shell. It's a screen, a keyboard. But you know, Apple Apple's gonna do the premium way, which is it's gonna be a mean, ideally, a great screen. I'm not a fan of Apple's keyboards cases, by the way, about the iPad. Keep working. Yeah, yeah, I couldn't get used to it. It's not that great. In fact, I had trouble recently with the Chiklis style keys on the new MacBook Air as well, using a ThinkPad, the X one carbon and that keyboard. I loved that keyboard, right? I'm clacking away, and he's not like a mechanical keeper, But just getting some travel back. Yeah, wood, Apple. Do that or what? I will be stubborn and put that chick trackpad. People touch bar. Maybe something like that. I don't know. I'm curious. I think some people do cool things like that. Yeah, typically do with Apple stuff. Yeah, as long as Apple can justify it as being a legitimate replacement for a laptop, then fully expect them to charge laptop prices for it. I'm just getting ideas about it now if, like if they build wireless charging into it. Generally, laptops have much bigger batteries, so you don't wireless charge. But if the phone's powering the whole thing, I kind of just like space for battery and their laptop, and you just wirelessly charge the whole battery. Do you think Apple will do something like this? Yes or no? Is this just a rumor? Is this just Garbage is It's just fluff. I don't think it's iPhone 11. I think they're considering it for a future iPhone, maybe, but even razors Project Linda was kind of indicator that it's cool, but most people aren't actually gonna use this something. I'm gonna vote no fry fun. 11. No. Fry phone. 11. I think I agree with you. I don't think we're gonna see it in the next version, but it is cool. And as a gadget head and a tech fan, I want that kind of thing is it starts to get interesting. You start toe reconfigure your mindset about like what computing devices should be. I had a bit of that dilemma with the latest iPad, where I gave up a laptop completely, and I was just using it. I'm like, Wow, it's interesting. Like some things it does really well. Other things. I feel like I'm missing a laptop. So some sort of a hybrid. And, of course, the success of Microsoft Surface Products, which at first were weird. And now they're everywhere. So I mean coming out here to Toronto. I brought my iPad and my mackerel pro, and I haven't opened my Mac book pro yet, but I've used my iPad. Something like a hybrid where I don't necessarily have to buy both things is always appealing. Could be cool.