Real Thoughts on Tech Leaks! (video)


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  1. Was the iphone 4 really stolen if an apple guy left it at a bar and apple refused to take it back from the good samaritan?

  2. small leaks are fine.. but when we know every single thing about the product months before release…kills the announcements.

  3. I think that leaks are important to make purchase decisions. For example in my case: not to buy M1 MacBook air because next generation of MacBooks are going to came with more ports. Or not to buy an galaxy phone because next year we will have a galaxy note. And as I'm waiting for this devices I like to keep informed if the leaks are true, if the wait is worth and when it is going to end. Maybe because Marques have a hands on in every device he doesn't have the urge to keep up with this information.

  4. Finally someone talked about this subject.
    I always wondering, if companies do it on purpose, they're killing the surprise & passion feelings toward their product. One reason I heard that they're taking first impression..

  5. You noticed in the Apple event they didn’t mentioned the IPhone 13 pro max features but the iPhone13 pro? They want you to get the pro max but not even mentioning the features on the iPhone Pro Max? I know there game already. I hope everybody seen it.

  6. You noticed in the Apple event they didn’t mentioned the IPhone 13 pro max features but the iPhone13 pro? They want you to get the pro max but not even mentioning the features on the iPhone.

  7. when it comes to leaks I really don't listen to them unless it coming from a real credible source because alot people I know rely on what I tell them in my circle of friends, family and business associates so I haft to have real credible information so I am very cautious about what I listen to. Besides I want here it from the source not someone else so every time Apple, Samsung, Google or other tech company puts out a new tech show showing off their latest products or software I listen to them first not someone else.

  8. I’m still lamenting that we didn’t get TouchID back on the iPhone 13 power button (but oddly, got it on iPad Mini’s power button). Of course, I knew months ago that because that in-/under-screen fingerprint reader wasn’t proving to be reliable enough, we wouldn’t get TouchID this go-around (ever?), but I am still and nonetheless lamenting it.

  9. I'm ex-military and to be honest "leak culture" should be called "crooked culture." The social mores of society have idolized this cheating culture and this is more an indictment of the faulty character and morals of the leaker.

  10. So this is a weird kind of litmus test to me: if the leaks make me less excited when the actual product is unveiled, I wasn't really into the product and shouldn't be spending money on it.

  11. This also might be a very powerful tool for the R&D department of the company. If a company is open-minded, this can be used to their advantage to know what customers want before product launch.

  12. i started avoiding leaks. it just made the announcements boring, i like not knowing. it is quite like avoiding movie spoilers, even its trailers and teasers

  13. * God's grace *

    Did you know that God loves you so much that he sent Jesus to save us?
    Jesus is the son of God! And he loves you very much! To have proof of this, we can say that he emptied himself of all his glory and stepped on the earth! Isn't that wonderful?
    And there's more! He assured us of salvation!
    He fulfilled the mission that God gave him! Which is to have a death on the cross for all people in the world!
    * How do I get to heaven? *
    It's very simple!
    -Accept Jesus as your Lord and only Savior!
    – Repent of your sins daily even those you don't know because you sinned out of ignorance!
    -Recognize that you do not deserve God's salvation but even with your faults He wanted to save you with his great love and grace!
    Now about keeping your faith
    -Read the Bible daily
    -Pray and fast
    -Go to a church that follows the word of God

    May God bless you greatly! 👋

  14. I'm to the point that I'm burnt out on these so called "leaks" on ANYTHING. Just let it be revealed in due time when it is time. To be honest, all of these leaks take away the excitement and get people hyped up to be disappointed in the end. So I'm guilty of get caught up in the "hype". After watching Apple event yesterday. I've made up my mind to unsubscribe from all these so called channels that feed into all these "tech leaks". Entertainment is one thing but it can be an overkill. Thanks for this video. Right on!

  15. Leak videos are cringe and its a bunch of people getting all hyped up over hopes and dreams. It's like watch the View for tech people.

  16. After seeing what the 14 might look like, that it seems a plausible logical evolution, and since the design of the iPhone 4 was by far my favorite, I certainly won't even think about buying the boring 13.

  17. Honestly I stopped watching leak videos and it doesn’t change my disappointment with the actual event. Like honestly with the exception of the iPad Mini, Apple could not have done that event the other day and just sent an email with the newest changes. Tech products are rarely changed so much that it’s like I have to go get the newest thing right now. These days tech products are incremental change rather than something totally new.

  18. I kinda want to see that movie. This summer… They stole what they found that they stole from what others stole from them that they stole from others before they could release theirs.

  19. I agree that leaks have great entertainment value and I don’t think they ruin the fun for me personally. But I have to say that leakers should never have this mentality that somehow they’re doing a “community service” to anyone. If their sources get compromised or Apple’s legal team is coming after their asses, well too bad. Don’t cry about it like you’re somehow the victim. What leakers do in a nutshell is profiting from disclosing information about a company’s assets in development, most often obtained illegally. Sure we don’t have to all take the moral high ground and pretend that we’re not curious about what’s coming up next, but let’s be clear that leaks in general don’t create much value other than entertainment and the morality behind them are questionable at best.

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