Originally Posted by Apple ][
Well, I guess that we have different definitions of cheap.
I've bought and owned many computer devices and laptops over the years, and the iPad is the cheapest thing that I've ever bought in that...
Originally Posted by Shaun, UK
No you're not the only one. I really enjoy wandering around my local bookstore on a Sunday afternoon.
All depends on the use case?
Short-term updatable interactive learning >...
Originally Posted by SolipsismX
This would have to be inputted manually by the customer.
A vSIM is still a SIM.
The vSIM idea, which is similar to prepaid vouchers (except entering the voucher number):
You walk into...
Originally Posted by Slurpy
Is anyone thinking what I'm thinking? ie. the dashboard becoming a space for native iOS apps?
yup exactly what i was thinking about last week. native iOS Apps in the dashboard to be able to sell iOS...
It will come down to the fact that People's Republic of China does not diplomatically recognize Republic of China (Tawain) and will rule in favor of the People's Republic of China entity.
Assuming that Apple will settle for a...
Originally Posted by herbapou
* PVR for tuner and cable signal. (requires a Netdrive or Time Capsule)
what about PVR functionality provided in the iCloud?
no need for duplicating recordings locally ... picture the advantage...
Originally Posted by Dick Applebaum
Siri control of the TV is what Steve was talking about when he said he had "cracked it".
This does not mean that the TV needs to be Siri-aware. The remote needs to be Siri aware...
I guess Apple is using Data Warehousing/Mining to identify patterns, analyse past "EasyPay" purchases and compare all purchases to inventory figures to identify stock "leakage".
I am sure Apple didn't launch this...