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Certainly not for the consumer.That was the genius of Jobs.Find the point of equity for producers and consumers. Create the win-win.The problems come when one side tries to force their side too heavily.Maybe if this were the 90's, carter and co. Could sway more folks.But people have long since wiser up where business models and high tech content are concerned.So they'll go with what seems more fair.That is and will continue to be iTunes.
LolThen u should also know an APP on the same phone, computer, tablet, etc. isn't going to change that.So once again, Tidal is junk.
LolHow true.And another distinction between Apple and the Also-rans.While their technology resembles Borg assimilation, Apple respectfully humanizes it.
Funny how the overweight lady was trying to question Apple watch as a divisive thing simply because it has a luxury version. I don't hear others being questioned with luxury items. In fact, Apple Waych Edition is simply another entrant in the history of luxury. It may be a game changer. But so was the clock that did away with the Sundial. Lol The question itself seemed flawed. She treated Apple like a competitor, which they are. But so are the other designers and...
Port for battery connectivity to external batteries in modular band?...
MacBook at 12" with 14" to follow? Followed by 16" and 18" macbook pros with extremely small bezel? Would minimize the footprint to where even an 18" would barely be any larger than the current 15"
This was an example of Apple not putting the product first and consumer second. Perhaps the first time since 2001. And it wasn't a good idea. Ever. So can we go back to normalcy please?
It's just another notebook and a new watch. Just like when there was a new phone. Or tablet. Apple made everything so simple. That's why they succeeded. Then they threw it away and complicated things. Hopefully this was a reminder to not "fix" (as in neuter) what works.
You're missing the point.Apple makes more products so automatically it will have a large carbon footprint even though it is more environmentally responsible, per-product, than its competitors.The bus comparison he gave illustrates that buses are more responsible, even though they produce more pollution than a car, because the bus carries many more people, therefore it not only negates the difference, but becomes a positive.Apples existence depends on creating products. But...
Apple is one of the top few producers in the world. They are going to have a giant carbon footprint. But they've been responsible in minimizing it. Great job so far. And investments in solar and timber only show how serious they are.
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