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Why would they do this? Any new products will debut at WWDC or later which clues in the consumer. If the consumer needs more detail they have the net and the Apple stores.About the only thing I see Apple needing to do is to expand developer outreach. It is rather pathetic that these shows actually sell out so fast. Not for Apple obviously but for all the developers that can't attend. Apple has addressed this somewhat but they need to go further and support a wide...
England and to some extent Ireland.The logic escapes me. I'm from the US but have traveled to the other side of the pond and frankly it makes reading literature, papers or whatever very strange and troubling. I've yet to hear a good explanation of the form myself.
For most users this is certainly the case. However don't pursue to think that everybody can get buy with the performance of a three year old computer.See here is the flips side if you can run a 2008 Mac and not have performance complaints then you have extremely modest requirements.
It depends upon how you use your machine and where your performance bottleneck is. In general though upgrades simply aren't as valuable as they have been in the past. With the way software has evolved these days, if you buy enough RAM upfront you should be in good shape for years.Well I don't know about sickening but maybe a better word is stupid. Even then you can't say with 100% confidence that it is stupid, rather you have to consider the users needs.Why should...
Actually the whole problem with the cable world is the excessive fees charged, $40 a month for an Internet connection is highway robbery. Taking on things like HBO just blows the bill out of proportion to the value it supposedly has. If Apple could attack how theses services are structured we might actually end up with something people would feel is worth the money. If you think about it you can go to a movie once a week and save a large chunk of change over the...
It also doesn't imply totally new devices. For example MBP's are in the pipeline as are iMacs and hopefully a Mini. Hell there is probably a Mac Pro in the pipeline.
Frustrating isn't it. Especially when Haswell is exactly what the Mini needs.
In the case of the Mini I can't understand their reluctance to update the machine even if something better is coming. Let's face it going a year and a half maybe two without an update is not consumer friendly.Well beyond the Mini what could they update. Let's face it the lack of real updates to the Macs is not Apples fault. Haswell refresh has been a joke.Maybe Apple thinks it is doing us a favor.
Let's wait and see! Mavericks has been excellent for me, however nothing is beyond improvement.
Yep broadening is what is happening.
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