@cbae: It's bad enough that you keep refusing to acknowledge or understand the points being raised by others here... it's quite another when you outright lie in order to defend your stance.
1 minute ago, cbae wrote
Wrong about what? I speculated the reason for the gap. Do you not see the "???".
Where oh where is the "???" in this thread? Only in two spots actually... in your last post and in my quote of it.
Want more lies? You have continually said that that there is all of this 'wasted space' and that gap is 'useless':
3 days ago, cbae wrote
Look at all the wasted space above the top row of keys:
2 hours ago, cbae wrote
The gap in and of itself is useless.
It has been explained why this gap exists. You've ignored it. Then you discover why the gap exists... but it's seeming irrelevant.
By people experiencing the tears.
Again you fail to pay attention. The issue was experienced by a small % of people who were using the product as designed (my wife included). The problem has clearly been resolved as it's not an ongoing thing.
You're getting sidetracked, dude. Focus on the Type Cover 3. As I said before, regardless of the reason for the gap in the Type Cover 2, it doesn't pertain to the Type Cover 3.
I'm getting sidetracked? You are the one highlighting the internals of the Type Cover 2 to understand why the gap is important... then go off on your tangent again because the facts are deemed unimportant with regards to the Type Cover 3.
Wait no... you're right, that's not getting sidetracked... that's called running straight off the end of the tracks because you ignored every warning sign along the way.
I'm done arguing with someone over this who repeatedly ignored the explanations from me and others and who has failed to do even basic research or reasoning as to if this is actually a problem with tactile time on the device.