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 Apple plays the political game. They don't want to be accomplices to the failure of prohibition. They don't want to be a punching bag for politicians who are. Apple is allowing as much freedom as the voters of a particular region have chosen.
The line would not be obsolete if they made a targeted, music only device with 256GB of flash for $299. The ability to carry a compressed version of your entire music collection with you is still useful. I would buy one for my car today if they sold it.
It could be personal blimps. Like a Segway for the sky. I'm sure they could make the harness as attractive as the Apple Watch.
The iPhone is thinner than that.
Add gym equipment, a day care center and a food court. How exciting!
It's a stepping stone. Early adopters will live with the limited battery life. Technology will eventually catch up.   In time we can expect mobile devices embedded in our bodies with a 30 year battery life:   After 30 years, you can renew it at a communal charging station:
Today in court Apple accused Samsung of inappropriate touching.
It will take strong ARMs to compete with Intel in Macs.  
I was hoping for a long time that Intuit would make a real Mac version (feature and file compatibility) of Quicken so I could abandon my Windows virtual machine and older Quicken version. It looks like I'm not alone.   This is obviously not the product I'm looking for. Is Intuit purposefully trying to sabotage another half hearted, half measure so they can claim the Mac market is not interested? They have the resources and focus to make the product people want, I wish...
No way to import my Windows Quicken 2006 data? I guess I'm stuck running the old Quicken on an XP virtual machine for the foreseeable future. VMWare gets my money instead of Intuit, all to run an Intuit product.
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