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iOS 7 is horrible on the iPhone 4. I have it on my 5, but I installed it on my wife's 4 and she has tons of bugs. She's due for an upgrade, but I'm going to hold off for a month or so to see if the S is all it's cracked up to be.
I installed at dp6, it runs pretty good.. Very few bugs. But strangely I'm missing labels on buttons in several programs. Safari has all the buttons on the tool bar, but they're blank. Anyone else seeing this issue?
Did anyone stop to think iWatch could be the name of apple's TV? And not a watch?
Using a 1st-gen (June 2012) Retina 15" and this works okay on a new partition. Do NOT install on your current drive (meaning... update from 10.6-10.8) because like iOS 7, this is fairly difficult to work on unless you are not a power-user. I just installed iOS 7 on my iPhone 5 and half of the App Store apps (iWork, new games, Facebook, YouTube, etc.) don't open after install. Very buggy gestures, taps that don't register, crashing from apps... don't waste your time with...
That's sad that Best Buy is struggling. They are a great Minneapolis, MN based company that I want to see survive.
It's just a cost of doing business.  Not really worthy of news.
This might be a stupid comment.. but it drives me insane. Saying $525M means 525,000. Not million. The correct use of the roman numeral would be $525MM. ...sorry.. I'm a banker.. this drives me insane.
Central Florida. There is plenty of land in the middle of nowhere that apple could buy for cheap. They'd be a couple of hours outside of Miami.
Slumping economy? Yet every single apple product blows the doors off the store? The fact is that MS has a heavy reliance on corporate users. Windows 8 is not a business friendly OS... much like everything between XP and 7. Our company (a large bank) used XP until early this year when we started upgrading to 7. I asked our tech guys about 8 and they said that most of our software providers don't plan to support it or create software for it.
Yes bailouts do work..   It is a slow day in a little town in America. The rain is beating down and the streets are deserted. Times are tough, everybody is in debt, and everybody lives on credit. On this particular day a rich tourist is driving through the town, stops at the local hotel and lays a $100 note on the desk, telling the hotel owner he wants to inspect the rooms upstairs in order to pick one to spend the night. The owner gives him some keys and, as soon as the...
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