Yesterday was the first Apple Event at the new Steve Jobs Theater on the new Apple Park. Highlights were an AppleWatch 3 with cellular. 4k AppleTV. iPhone 8 and 8+ with mostly evolutionary changes, and... The iPhone X with no home button, and FaceID taking the place of TouchID. The watch is cool in that paired with their AirPods and Apple Music, one can stream about 14 million songs without needing their phone with them. First time I've seen a possible use case, though I'm still on the fence about needing a watch. 4K? With our aging eyes, meh. But its still the future, I suppose. iPhone 8+ may be the one replacing my slightly aging 6+. Maybe by the end of the year now that my 6+ is paid for. iPhone X I'm less sure about. I'd miss the home button and fingerprint sensor. Extra screen real estate is nice, but at what cost? On that topic, for a pocket computer that's used constantly, I don't think $1,000+ is totally out of the ball park. Keep a device a few years and its about $1 a day, not even considering what you can get selling the old phone on eBay or Gazelle. Thoughts? Bashing is, of course, inevitable when Apple's involved, but can we at least try to keep this on topic?