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Posts by Mike Eggleston

While you are absolutely correct, the real story here is that the iWork suite is now available to everyone without needing an iDevice or a Mac. The author wasn't exactly clear on that fact, and instead made it about the creation of the Apple ID.
 For starters, I think that this idea is a very long shot. Powerball level kind of long shot. I'm just saying that a lot of the moves that Apple has been making as of recent can point to this direction. As for why people would want this, it is because people want something that simplifies their life, and if they are on the go, they don't need to bring their iPad and their laptop anymore, it is now just one device... kinda.
Ok, I have an idea about the whole 12" MBAr thing, and it is still a pretty rough idea at this point, but I think it has merit: iPad Pro possibility: What if the rumors of the iPad Pro are sort-of accurate? What if the MacBook Pro 12" is also kind-of accurate? Now, what if Microsoft is also kind-of accurate? I theorize that maybe the accurate answer is actually a combination of all three. I present the iPad Pro, the hybrid computer. You take your typical iPad Air, and...
I was going to mention that!!  I think that could be huge!! Not to mention a definitive boost to the infrastructure part of things.
Whoa... While that sounds like a minor bump, that would literally be the game changer. Also not very likely. Although it could store 3,588,860,714,729,490 Yottabytes (that is the next power up from Exabytes). That is a lot of RAM that a phone, tablet, or even modern computer cannot even come close to having. (Review this post in about 20 years, and then mock me in the same way we mock Bill Gates for thinking people will never need more than 64 Kb of RAM). Other than for...
Ok, one part of this I agree with, and that is Apple needs to be cautious. While going "Thermonuclear" on Android may excite and please us iOS and Apple fans (and yes, I'm just as guilty about that as the rest of us), there is a real cautionary tale here to be had. If Apple has no real competitor to iOS, the government (i.e. the DOJ) may step in on "the behalf of the consumer" because we need to have a "competitive environment". So, we will have to deal with Android being...
I honestly don't see Apple ditching Intel to go only with the AX class of chips. They just are not powerful enough to be able to do all of the computing functions that most people need. Now, that said, I could see them including a set of AX chips with the Intel chips. I am thinking as a sub processor that can help out with Grand Central Dispatch to help boost performance. Also, with the AX chips in the machines it would be a huge boon for iOS development (instead of...
Personally, I applaud Tim Cook for having the courage to come out and be very forward with something that, in my own personal opinion, should not be talked about. Mind you, that isn't because I fear/loathe/hate/etc the LGBT community; it is simply because it is none of my business. Ok, so he's gay. Awesome. Hopefully he has someone to come home to that loves him for him.   Then I see comments on here about how he is living a life of sin. I really wish we were past this...
Just so you know, Apple already has an API for Pay.  Here is the URL: https://developer.apple.com/apple-pay/Apple-Pay-Identity-Guidelines.pdf Just my two cents here though. MCX is completely dead in the water. It was designed around the idea that merchants could sell their customer's data with other like-minded folk. Worse, it was designed with the idea that customers are too stupid to see this is what is going on. Before Pay, I would have agreed with them, but now...
There is an actual reasoning behind that.  You'll notice that there is more of an indenting on the left hand side of that Help Menu, right? Well, that is because there are some applications which include a thumbnail or some other picture right there. It is all designed by the Help Book portion of the Apple Human Interface...
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