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    The current MacBook Pro is an excellent machine, and I don't know why you would tell someone not to buy one.   It is only a RUMOR that the current form factor is going to be replaced by the Retina models, but I honestly don't see that happening this year. The price of the Retina models is still too high.   Apple may axe the drives this year in the non-Retina models, but that would be a negative for most people anyway.   Anyway @DaveMcM76 save up for your MacBook Pro...
  ... and call it the iPhone "Math" 
I thought you were serious about that last part the first time I read it!    Don't worry I'm sure Digitimes will pick up your post and have a rumor about it ready for tomorrow.
  If they were ever to expand the iPhone lineup cannibalization would be inescapable.   But overall I think the device's market would expand. I personally think there are going to be different buyers for the Mini (budget minded people and parents buying for kids), the 5S (the average consumer), and the "Math" (the power user).   Of course there is a bit of overlap hence why there will be cannibalization of the Classic iPhone, but I think the expansion will be worth it for...
  Interesting ideas.   I especially like #6.   I'm not sure if this rumor has legs, but I will say I would not be surprised at all if this were to happen this year. Either way I'm still going to et a 5S when my contract expires this summer. I'm not interested in the 5 inch iPhone, and it will probably have a starting price as high as $300-400 on contract.
That's interesting because on my iPhone when I go to Settings > iCloud > Storage & Backup > Manage Storage > Backups   I can see how much app data is occupying my iCloud. Currently app data and photos is taking up 13.7GB of space on my iCloud. My 3rd party app data ranges in size from a few KB to about 200MB.   So yes even though the apps themselves don't count against your storage app data does.   Anyway I see that my Passbook takes up almost 700KB of data space even...
App data counts against you and I would imagine there would be a bit of data needing to be saved.I'm not saying its a huge problem but I agree that the features of the CardStar app should be native in Passbook.Especially since you can't delete native apps in favor of 3rd party app that do the task better.
Well it's a good thing Apple is one of the wealthiest companies in the world.They have the resources to both innovate and litigate when and where they see fit.
If only mainstream American media actually did their research before reprinting this story,and causing another fear-based stock sell off.
Separate app takes up space on iCloud and your device storage
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