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While I welcome more support of classical music, how much of a market is there for it, particularly in the U.S.? That said, more income registering on Apple's balance sheet is always welcome.

As for the rumored Qualcomm satellite chip in the iPhone 13s, this just seems too good to be true. But if true, it would have to mean that Apple is convinced the technology is viable and would provide valuable added capability in the next 15 months. So, is direct phone-to-LEO-satellite communication from a small phone with a tiny antenna practical right now? Even with the massive numbers of LEO satellites already and still being launched to support such a capacity?
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