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One thing that has been holding back Apple is the lack of resolution independence in iOS. They are getting there but right now everything (apps) assumes certain things about the size and lays out their UI on a pixel basis based on that assumption. Auto layout and other similar features allow you to start down that path and auto layout was first in iOS 6 but was a first pass that was not that easy to use. In iOS 7 it got a lot better. I expect we'll see a lot of screen...
The question is how many hypothetical A8X could you stick in a Mac (MBA, MBP, iMac, MacPro) for the same thermal specs as the equivalent Intel chips.
"Can't innovate my ass" Phil Schiller
Don't know how you got that idea...
@Marvin. In the US, sales tax is NOT included in the price. In Utah, a 99cent song costs me $1.07.
Not including the one we have at work, I've seen a bunch if 5c models in the wild. Obviously not as many as 5/5s models but I do see them. 5 was sold for a longer period and the 5S is the top seller.
An iPad Pro would be a great idea for the Pro market. I can see music/audio and photoetc users for it. It is not intended to be a mass market product I would think. Aperture for iOS GarageBand Pro Pro Tools for iOS Etc.
Apple probably does very small test runs of a lot if designs in order to do extensive form factor and other tests. This could very well be a legit Apple piece and just be a test item to test certain factors of the form etc.
Exactly.  That companies, like IPCom who sue for SEP, will think twice in "future legal actions in its home country."
It does not claim to. It says that in the future, suits in its own country may be affected by the supreme Courts potential decision. It does not try and claim that the German suit would have been affected
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