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OS X and iOS do not have an underlying shell. People need to understand that a shell such as bash is just an application, it serves the same purpose as the "Finder"; an application that gives you access to the "system."
  The console is just a bunch of error messages, it has nothing to with bash or any other shell. "Commands" are just executables and also don't have anything to with shells. The only time you need to run something through the "shell" is if you have a shell script or, actually run the shell in a terminal. When an application needs to run a Unix "command", they can do so through the "exec" APIs, which launches the executable - these are the same APIs any of the shells use to...
  1. So, you're saying it would be better if Apple delayed shipments to all other countries until demand has been met after each rollout?2. Or would it have been better just go worldwide all at once?3. Maybe, just maybe Apple should've waited until they have enough inventory so they could have enough to meet initial demand? Out come... 1. Customers in some countries would have to wait about six months to be able to buy an iPhone 6.2. Customers all over the world would have...
 That's not how it works. X amount are pre-allocated for each country regardless of how many back orders there are. Those are filled as more and more devices roll off the assembly lines. It's better to have actual product to sell when it is released in each country, even if it's not much - it helps drive demand. You were given a ship date before you ordered yours, so it shouldn't matter if devices are being shipped to other countries before you get it.
I don't think most people understand how the this Internet thingy works... It was ONE freaken tweet that every news site and blog reported. Then some asshole on YouTube demoed with his hands no less - because that's what we do with our phones! Then THAT got regurgitated all over the web as well. 1,000 articles does not equal a 1,000 reported problems to Apple. The actual bending that has occurred is so negligible, someone had to flip the phone screen side down on a "flat"...
It's still here... where the hell have you been? Let me add my just as relevant rant as everyone else here... Blah blah blah blah, blah blah!!! Blah blah blah. Blah!!! >:-( OR as Tim Burton may have put it... Bawk bawk bawk bawk, bawk. BAAAAAAWK!!! Bawk bawk! >:-(
You obviously weren't around for the MobileMe release -  Oh yeah, that was on Steve Jobs watch, as was Antennagate, oh and the stock scandal, and..., and..., and... Stop trying to blame Tim Cook for everything. Apple is a huge corporation. Furthermore, everything thing they do is amplified a thousand times over the Internet, turning the issue from a molehill into a mountain. Why don't you count up ALL the details Apple has to concentrate on (that you know of), then put...
 Apple has responsibilities to ALL their customers, not just those with issues. Problems are first flamed about on the web, only when a few level-headed customers start sending in feedback directly to Apple, Apple can begin to investigate it. Then hopefully in a timely manner address the issue and release a work-around or even a fix. Just because a few people called in those first "10" minutes, doesn't mean it was a wide spread problem. Perhaps you should spend some time...
 The A8 is fabricated by TSMC and the DRAM by Hynix and Elpida. So, as I stated earlier... no Samsung parts
No Samsung parts...   Ouch! That's gotta hurt.   No wonder Samsung's ad campaign has picked up - not only are they going to lose phone sales, they lost component sales as well. These new iPhones are a lose-lose for Samsung
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