No, I’m not really tempted by this folding beast. The current edgeless screen is about the maximum pocketable computing and communication system. Because everyone is there, more or less, other things need to be found.

I’ve found I’m more likely to deemphasize my iPad rather than expand the phone. I’ve gotten good at swipe on android and one finger screen typing on iPad. That works for emails, txt, and responding to responses on my articles. That actually works better on my phone.

There’s no unfilled room in my device world. If the phone becomes an implant with retina display and sub vocal voice commands I would keep a bigger tablet with keyboard. The phone needs to move on board us.

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