How difficult change is depends a lot on your attitude towards it and your resistance to it. You attitude to change can itself change, and make the whole transformation process much easier to bear. It all depends on your perspective. Imagine change as a pair of shoes, this will help you understand change and how it works. Let me explain. I am sure that you have at sometime in your life had a comfortable pair of shoes. You know the sort I mean. A pair of shoes so comfortable that you really don't want to ever get rid of them and you wish you had bought a dozen pairs at the same time. The fit your feet so perfectly you can almost forget you are even wearing shoes. You know you need a new pair, and may even have them, but you don't want to wear them because you are comfortable with your current pair. Besides, the new pair may hurt your feet, give you blisters or be awkward to wear to start with. So, you resist the new shoes. However, a part of you knows that this new pair would be much better for your feet, and after the initial discomfort would probably be even more comfortable, yet still you resist. Do you know I'm doing this now? I'm wearing my comfortable shoes and they feel good. They have a hole in each heel, and the sole is starting to fall off, but I'm persisting in wearing them. I even have a new pair of shoes under my desk as I write this. But my feet are used to the old comfy pair. The new pair is tighter, and hotter in this summer weather. I know I shouldn't wear my old shoes because they cause a callus where the inside of the shoe has worn thin, but still I persist. This describes change exactly; change of our habits, change of our thought patterns. We stick with the old patterns because they are comfortable. Yet we know we need to change and that the change will ultimately be good for us. 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The move is significant because of recent questions about whether Apple still has a knack for innovating following the 2011 death of co founder Steve Jobs. The device's introduction upstaged the company's two new, larger iPhones, which won't just have bigger screens; they'll have a new, horizontal viewing mode to take advantage of the larger display. The iPhone 6 will have a screen measuring 4.7 inches, while the iPhone 6 Plus will be 5.5 inches. In both cases, app developers will be able to design apps that can be viewed differently when the phone is held horizontally. Apple also introduced a system for using the phone to make credit card payments at retail stores. Apple is turning to the past as it lays out its future. The company is holding the event at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, the same venue where Jobs unveiled the industry shifting Mac computer 25 years ago. The Cupertino, California, venue is near Apple's headquarters. As for the iPhones, which still represent the main source of Apple's profits, larger models should help the company compete with Android devices. Here's what's coming out of Tuesday's event: Now, Apple is increasing that. The iPhone 6 will have a 4.7 inch screen, while the iPhone 6 Plus will be 5.5 inches. The screen resolution on the Plus version will be sharper than previous iPhones, at 401 pixels per inch rather than 326. With the larger screen comes a new horizontal view of the home screen. Usually, icons are stacked vertically, even when the phone is turned horizontally. App developers will also have new tools to rearrange their content to take advantage of that larger screen. The new phones aren't as big as Samsung's latest flagship phones 5.1 inches for the Galaxy S5 and 5.7 inches for the Note 4 but they will be large enough to neutralize a key advantage Samsung and other Android manufacturers have had. Notably, Samsung's Note phone isn't getting bigger this year. Last year's Note 3 was 5.7 inches. Instead, Samsung is emphasizing other hardware features, such as a sharper screen. It's also releasing a model with a curved edge to display weather, time and other information on the side of the phone. Apple says the new phones will be faster and have better battery life than previous versions. The phones will also have a new sensor, the barometer, to estimate how much you've climbed stairs, not just how far you've walked or run. Of course, some people still use their phones to actually make calls. When there's poor cellular reception, people will be able to make regular calls over Wi Fi. The handoff between the two networks will be seamless. The resolution on the camera is staying at 8 megapixels, while rival Android and Windows phones have been boosting that. The S5, for instance, is at 16 megapixels. However, the megapixel count is only one factor in what makes a good photo. Apple says it is putting in new sensors for better shots. Apple is also improving a slow motion video feature by allowing even slower shots. The camera will be able to take 240 frames per second, double what's in last year's iPhone 5s. Normally, video is at 60 frames per second. on Sept. 19, with advance orders to begin this Friday. Starting prices will be comparable to those in the past $199 with a two year contract for the iPhone 6 with 16 gigabytes of storage. However, the step up models will have double the memory than before $299 for 64 gigabytes and $399 for 128 gigabytes. The iPhone 6 Plus phones will cost $100 more at each configuration. Apple is calling its new payment system Apple Pay. You'll be able to use your phone's camera to capture a photo of your card. Apple will verify it behind the scenes and add it to your phone's Passbook account so you can make payments at a retailer. Apple announced several merchants that will accept this system, including Macy's, Whole Foods, Walgreens and Disney stores and of course, Apple stores. Many companies have tried to push mobile payment services, but none has caught on widely. Cook says that's because the business models have been centred around companies' self interest instead of the user experience. The latter, Cook says, is "exactly what Apple does best." The audience erupted with cheers as Cook proclaimed that he had, "one more thing." It was how Jobs used to close his keynote addresses. Men Nike Free Run 2 Blue White Yellow Quilted,Auto Express has launched a campaign calling for manufacturers to publish the details of known problems with their vehicles.Currently, firms only have to publicly acknowledge registered safety recalls. For all other faults, such as reliability issues, they are able to keep owners in the dark!Our investigation into the secret world of technical service bulletins documents that details the symptoms, causes and fixes for known car problems brought to light shocking flaws in the system, such as the Jaguar owner who had to find out from an Internet forum about a fault with his XJ8 that could lead to the engine cutting out at high speeds.It also revealed how independent garages are often forced to send customers to franchised dealers because they can't access the vital technical information on service bulletins.We want firms to publish the details of known faults, online and for free, so that owners can see for themselves what problems affect their vehicles. The AA, RAC and the Retail Motor Industry Federation have all joined our call for manufacturers to make technical service bulletins public.RAC motoring strategist Adrian Tink said, "There's no reason why info like this should be hidden in the depths." And Edmund King, president of the AA, told us, "Anything that improves transparency in the mysteries of vehicle ownership would be a big help."Now we want to hear from you! Do you think it's fair that car makers can keep quiet about problems with a product that you paid tens of thousands of pounds for? Do you want to be able to see for yourself what issues are affecting your vehicle? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below.This all sounds go in theory however; if AE gets what they want will the out come be for the good?. I think a lot of manufacturers work on a 'fair Use' basis. If your rear axel breaks after just 4 years and cannot be connected to miss or over usage the manufacture often replaces it on a 'good will'. Having to publish various potential faults will have current owners banging on dealers door demanding repair work for something that isn't broken. Published information for potential customers could spell disasters for many manufactures including Jaguar who are having a good run with their products right now but could have sales severely damaged by having to publish technical issues.Example how can you publish "driving infrequent distances may cause diesel particle to clogg up"or "Warning light may come on for no reason""Lane departure light may stay on when in outside line""Car may break unexpectedly under various conditions whist adaptive cruise is engaged"All of the above have happened on the new XF however; it must be stressed the car cleared itself of all problems on its own accord.For a potential buyer does it make you want to buy the car or not. Particle filter issues are common through the whole of the auto industry. warning lights that come on and then going off again; also quite common. The car carries on working but to have this info and various other isolated issues published for maybe 1/1000 cars produced makes buyers think it will happen to their car too. When quite likely it won't.I say no. Recall a car when it is necessary. let the manufacturers deal with their problems in the manner they seem fit.And lastly in a review of a car. AutoExpress should stop prejudging vehicles and use reliability and residual values as a negative buying point on a brand new car that's only just been launched.There is no cloak and dagger but whether it in the customer's interest this information is in the customer's interest is a different story. Most people here see the picture as the customer is getting screwed. I see it as "Too much information is not good".Don't worry I'm sure I am of a very small minority of people who rather not have such information published. another example. Is it really that bad that the aircon only works on the driver side of a convertible when the roof is down?When my life resorts to moaning about such things I will have to conclude I no longer have any real problems in my life.At the weekend I slid the two front seats of my Golf mk 5 back whilst vacuuming underneath. Next day when driving the car for the first time since its clean, the airbag warning light came on. So I took it to the dealer who reset the dash warning light. I asked the service receptionist if the work would be covered by warranty, but because no recall had been issued, I would have to pay out of my own pocket.Audi UK still refuse to except there is a problem with stretching cam chains on the A3 3.2/ VW R32. They also will not except there is a misfire problem at 2k rpm despite Audi Germany issuing a software update to fix the problem. I was told backfiring and hesitation was " symptomatic of the engine".Eventually after writing to Audi UK i got them to install the German update and the problem was cured however a friend took his 3.2 in to the same dealership the following week and they denied that there was an update or a problem ! As for the cam chain ?? well i had to pay 4500 and Audi contributed about the same and all this at 45k miles with FASH. I know of quite a few owners in a similar position re: the cam chain.I used to own a 1997 BMW 528i. I had to have the engine block replaced due to known issues with the linings being eaten away by the fuel. That cost a lot of money as it was at least a days labour to fit.I also have been experiencing a number of problems with my 2005 Vectra 1.9 CDTi. Quite a fe of these faults are know by Vauxhall but are hidden from the average owner.Car club forums on the internet are a good source for researching know faults on specific car models.I can't see the manufacturers giving in to this. Just lookat what happened with Toyota.Hi, what a cracking idea. Lets sort out the problems/manufacturers and make everything transparent. Maf sensors, EGR valves (both of which are bypassed to cure) Spring recalls (and subsequent failures) Map sensors, steering geometry settings and loads of other things. My current pet hates are DPF filters and oil/servicing lights these are designed purely, in my opinion and no doubt others, to generate income for the Main dealer industry!
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