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"Apple representatives boosted issue resolution rates to 99 percent". I don't think the 'top 24' listed even come close to this number, at least any of the ones that I have dealt with. As far as wait times increasing - this is all related to overwhelming demand for products. I have never had a problem with Apple service. I have no idea how they scored this but I smell a rat.
Words fail me...
As the Euro drops things will improve for exports, but right now, things are not great in the EU. Hitting on US companies is their way of balancing their budgets.
Lewis Hilsenteger? OMG. This is the same guy that started the iPhone 6+ bend controversy. His bend till it breaks video was later thought to be altered for a more 'dramatic' effect but he still managed to get more than 30 million views to pay for his broken iPhone 6+ .. and then some.   Sandpaper? C'mon Lewis, why don't you just bend the Apple watch for us?  .... /s
Mr Britto should stick to making water filters.
Perhaps he has access to unlimited numbers of them, should they get waterlogged?  No matter. I think I will let mine charge while I take a 1 hour shower. Haha
Showers apparently are more of a problem for watches than just submersion underwater, as the soap lowers water surface tension and could allow water to access the case more easily. I would not wear a watch with ipx7 into shower.
 IMO, yes.
 An injunction even on past products, may establish an important precedent for future infringement rulings. The delay in the courts made sure that there were no current products. Good strategy for spineless judges - wait long enough and it all becomes irrelevant.
Yes, that analysis works for AMZN too... wait...I think your view is partially correct and needs to include sentiment and the usual crooked WS manipulation.
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