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 Fusion Drive is the way to go. I spent about $50 for a 64GB SSD and installed it in the DVD drive bay in my iMac (DVD was going bad anyway). It made a world of difference. Startup time is a fraction of what it used to be and application launches are almost instantaneous. Was definitely worth the cost.
 This lone statement makes me think you have zero understanding of the subject at hand. Or perhaps you are just completely indifferent and just don't notice the difference when shopping at different stores? From parking, to interacting with employees, to finding items, to testing items, to checking out, the lighting, the music, the store layout, etc. - these are all part of the shopping experience. And just about every store is different. It doesn't matter what is being...
The fact that this post got 3 "Thumbs Up" demonstrates just how ignorant some people choose to remain. It takes very little thought process to understand that these "required" inputs are set up by YOU, and have nothing to do with what Apple "mandates." People may have very good intentions when taking the first step, but can be dismissive when it's time to do the work. The point of this invention is to give people the CHOICE of not allowing themselves to fall by the...
I think the issue is with the fact that Tim Cook has admitted to the mistake and given reasons why. John Browett was extremely capable in his prior position before joining Apple. The mistake made by Tim was assuming that he could transition his proficiencies in big box retail to a boutique shopping experience. He didn't. Apple knows that a good shopping experience is directly related to the amount of enjoyment and enthusiasm your employees have in working for you. John...
That law has nothing to do with what type of port the device has built-in... The requirement will be that all devices must have the ability to use a standard charging cable - this is easily accomplished with the inclusion of a free adaptor. There is no way the EU is going to hurt consumers by fragmenting the iOS market from the rest of the world. That is to say, all EU versions of iOS devices would be incompatible with every 3rd party iOS peripheral and...
Apple will not replace the Lightning port with USB-C. Given that Apple is constantly going smaller/thinner, why would they switch to a port that's larger? Furthermore, Lightning is still much more versatile than USB-C as it can be dynamically configured based on the type of device that connects to it.
Sure it is when you understand what an update consists of. Google doesn't follow conventions as far as versioning; major releases are based on API level. The version number is just that - a number. It doesn't really mean anything other than to signify progression. If all you consider is that number, consider that OS X has been on version 10.x for 15 years now. Different companies use their own versioning system and they should never be compared to another company's system.
Of course Google is going to give everyone free everything on the internet. Thats their business model. The more space and stuff they give you, the more you're giving them. It's in their best interest to provide as much as possible for "free".   I agree that Apple needs to step up their somewhat pitiful offerings, especially since they've been pushing iCloud integration so hard these passed couple of years. Apple is still at the beginning of building out their data...
It's obvious what happened...   Apple offered to buy Tesla, Elon declined. Instead Elon talked Tim into starting their own EV program - for a lot less money.   Was it a coincidence that a few months after the meeting between the two companies, Elon decided to give away all of Tesla's patents and IP? With that research, Apple (and anyone else) will not need to start from the beginning. They get a huge jump forward in developing their own car. Elon is more interested in...
Or more like - We lost a lot of money, we're still losing money, now we're losing talent - time to sue.
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