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Wow, the comments here are way different than Mac Rumors, came here thinking I had an argument, but no. Everyone here seems to be on board with this.    MacRumors users say it was a waste of money... sequester blah blah blah.    I work at a VERY large company who recently purchased an iOS device for every employee. I'm one of the iOS devs for the internal enterprise software for that company. They have already started saving money by avoiding massive print jobs,...
  I feel the results are hit or miss. They seem to be great here in Portland. I have ran into one issue and it was construction related, apple maps rerouted me perfectly (after reading the bad road wrong), google maps didn't reroute for my wife as gracefully (I was following her). Other devs and apple users around here seem to feel about the same.    With that being said, I still agree, they have a long way to go. But I can honestly say, I can use them full time without...
I'd love to know more about this. Seems carrier employees do push Android on people that come in for iPhones quite a bit. I just figured they were fandroids, perhaps I assumed incorrectly ;p
I feel like the main reasons gamers have gone to phones / tablets are... a) less time in the day to play games b) to shut their kids up while out and about :)   I used to game like mad, I still do once in a while, but it's so much harder when you're trying to be responsible. Ugh growing up sucks ;)
  I completely agree. I'm over it, I think it's time to remove AppleInsider bookmarks again.
Funny, for my final project in my iOS Dev class at OIT, I did a sober test app. Glad to see someone took it to the next level.
Sleeping with the enemy... :(
Definitely Cricket.    They are a no contract, low income, no credit needed carrier. Also have to pay full price for an iPhone. Why would low credit / low income users come out in droves to purchase the $500.00+ iPhone?
  Obviously we're talking about diminishing returns. But the scaling on the Mac Pro with 24 threads has been fairly linear. Does that mean we won't see a drop at 25 threads? Who knows, but it will be a damn long time before ARM is in the same boat.
  WTF are you rambling on and on about??? Who ever said there would never be a need for multi-core cpus for iOS? *IF* anyone ever stated that, they were not informed at all. There has been multi-core and multi-processing support in iOS since the beginning. There has been multi-core cpus since iPhone 4s and iPad 2, right around the time multi-core arm processors were being released. 
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