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Been waiting on this announcement for a year now. Ever since I bought my Synology NAS last year, I've been sending more data over my wifi network than I ever thought possible. Would love to upgrade from my 2011 MBAir to a 2013 MBPro with the better GPU and 802.11ac wifi. If Apple is announcing 802.11ac support for Macbook's at WWDC 2013.. then not hard to figure out that an 802.11ac Apple Extreme router isnt far behind. Hell I would bet that they bringing 802.11ac...
Purchasing Motorola = $12.5 Billion dollars   Not being able to sue Apple under the Motorola name, while having Samsung overtake your mobile operating system thunder = priceless!
It sucks.  You guys arent missing anything.   Well it doesnt suck-suck.  But the features arent anything ground breaking.  And the built in iOS mail app is much more simple to use.   Its email.  You read a message, then delete/forward/reply/move it.  Theres not much more too it.
Of course they are alike.  Its a phone.  If anything the major differences I've seen:   Android owners:  mostly people who want the cheapest phone possible or nerds who want more features/control iPhone owners:  mostly people who want something that just works or a status symbol   At the end of the day theres only so much you can do with a smartphone.  And the vast majority of us are doing the same shyt on them from day to day.  Calling, texting, facebook,...
Ripoff. The $10 units all over Ebay & Amazon do the exact same thing. Dont pay $50 for this.
Like others.  I will never purchase another HP printer.   Way too many issues.. it has not worked far more often than it has.  Next go around, I'm buying Epson or Canon.
Which is why I will never give up my grandfathered plans.  Im also shocked at how much the typical American is paying for their cellular service.  I was with AT&T from 2004 to 2010.  During that time my bill was pretty much always $39.99 for 450 anytime minutes + $15 for 1000 text messages.  It was until 2009 with AT&T that I even started using a data plan of any sort.. and that was mainly because I switched from a Blackberry 8810 to an iPhone3GS.  I remember distinctly...
I dont think Apple was ever out to "win" anything (aka marketshare).  The price of their products certainly suggest they are more interested in quality vs. quantity.   This is the difference between Apple & Google.  Apple puts out the best phone is possibly can once every year.  Google puts out the the latest version of its FREE phone software it can throughout the year.  While numbers are meaningul, Apple never has targeted absolute marketshare as a goal.. if they would...
  Pretty much.   I love some of google services, mainly because its usually the best "free" option in most cases.  But there's nothing "friendly" about the way the do business.
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