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You left out what he said before that, that if judge Koe were to grant a stay it would stay the entire case to including the damages case.Basically the judge goofed and did not stay the case, at the proper time.  He also says that it makes more sense to grant Apple an injunction too then a stay for samsung. As for tap to zoom and rubber banding thats not what he said. He said that by itself these  patents would not alter buying decisions but groups of them together do, and...
Troll much?  You hit all the basic tenants of trolling.  You own apple products (as somehow this makes you an authority),  Apple does not innovate anymore, and apple should just concentrate on products rather that suing your employer.
Apple is an OEM card maker for both nvidia and amd.  They make there own upgrades just like in the past for Mac pros.  Im sure if there is enough call for them they will bring out upgrades like in the past.  Im running an apple 5770 radeon upgrade in my current mac pro right now. But like was said be prepared for sticker shock and to have your wallet thinned substantially.  Remember you will be buying 2 cards.
Apples website does show a 3.7 Ghz quad core 
The quad core is a 3.7 Ghz.  So apple does sell one.
Not very much, the E5 Xeons are horribly expensive.  The 8 core is $1723 and the 12 core is $2614. Thats wholesale price from Intel.  I have seen the 12 core on amazon for $3400.  Having said that though I am patient.  I watch cpu prices and just like the quad cores in my current mac pro were $1200 they dropped to about $200 when I bought mine and upgraded my current mac pro from a dual 2 core to a dual 4 core.they will come down.
They don't.  Xeons all use a socket.  This series uses a LGA 2011 socket.
Hate to say I told you so, but I told you so!   I have been saying for weeks to all the naysayers saying that the cpu was soldered to the board that, Intel does not build a solder on version of the Xeon like they do for core I chips.  All current Xeons use and LGA 2011 socket.  Which means the mac pros cpu is replaceable.   Update:  Also note that there using a lidded cpu, with the heat spreader in place unlike the 2012 mac pros.   That makes upgrading even easier.
I understand where your coming from but to build a spec for spec workstation class machine windows machines cost a lot more.  go configure an hp Z820 workstation.  for a 12 core there around 14k without a lot of the mac pros features not the least of which is thunderbolt.
Workstation class gpu's with eec ram are.  Go buy an nvidia kepler workstation gpu or a FireProGL from AMD and you will know what I mean.They really do cost that much.
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