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Makes no difference whether they advertised it as LTE or 4G, my point still stands.
I think what AppleInsider missed is that since the Aussie case, Apple has changed all EU websites to reflect Europe's 4G-less situation. I don't agree that Apple should be sued millions for this, however I believe that Apple shouldn't have originally advertised the LTE adverts in countries where they either lack LTE (like the UK) or don't support the LTE bands of that country (Australia).
Weird thing here, I use ClamXav on both my iMac and MacBook Air. ClamXav discovered the Flashback trojan file on both computers, yet the trojan hadn't spread (did the advised Terminal commands). To double check, I did defaults write com.apple.Finder AppleShowAllFiles TRUE and killed Finder, turns out it was hiding. I'd advise doing this too, to your Home folder.
That's because the MacBook Pro and Mac Pro still use Apple's old 4-on-1-line marketing.Example A: http://www.apple.com/macbookpro/Whereas the iPhone uses a 3-on-1 line marketing page: http://www.apple.com/iphone/However, they are now moving to 2-on-1 line marketing: http://www.apple.com/ipad/ and http://www.apple.com/macosx/mountain-lion/EDIT:// This is how I see it anyway *shrug*
I'd agree with Skil. I've clicked on 'MacBook Air' because I want to buy a MacBook Air. If I want product info I either scroll down or go to the MacBook Air webpage, I don't need another round of adverts.
Actually, in Two and a Half Men, he is a great Apple advocate. He Facetime's on his iPhone 4 and iMac, and he's always 'coding' on his MacBook Air.
Weird thing is...That's all that is on my Photo Stream.
Nah, with two Brits as Senior Vice Presidents, they'll end up merging with the Falkland Islands.
My friend is on the 3 network, he loves how fast the 3G network is. ... On those rare occasions when he can get signal.
How on Earth can they say they want to give all MPs iPads when Parliament doesn't even have useable Wifi?!I was having work experience at Parliament last summer, and even the IT technicians failed to connect to Wifi anywhere outside the central lobby or committee rooms. It doesn't work in the Commons, Lords, or even the terrace (a bar overlooking the River Thames).With all that said, it will be good to see an end to those horrible Windows 7 machines they have stuck...
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