when it's like mine and never in a case. Seriously, that's like asking why is tile better than linoleum if you have a mat on top of it... The mat and the case come off. And having a metal computer is pretty awesome too.
Interesting that neither my first gen iPhone from 2007, nor my old Powerbook G4 from 2004, both featuring aircraft grade aluminum, have any evidence of oxidation whatsoever, despite suffering horrendous abuse.
good try though.
Personal High performance computing on your desk is what we are talking about. Not server farms. And this will fit the need nicely.
The Mac line needs high performance machines.
The 15" MBP Retina is pretty sweet, but for pure, ultimate destructor performance for those who don't own server farms and don't want to rent processing time, this is where it's at.
Final Cut Pro X and its supporting apps get better all the time. some folks like myself do everything from web...
So... Android has to get "fixed" before it's even safe?!?!
Just get iOS and have better hardware, better software, and its been safe for a while.
The bottom line with Android is that no one needs it, its slower, its not as safe, and it even looks like junk.
It's been a fun experiment for tinkerers, but the iOS devices are actual, polished, proper products.
And it has been that way from the start.
Wonderful. There is actually a shred of honesty and proper judgement left in this world.
But lol at Samsung pretending to try to protect their ip. When reality is that "their ip" is actually Apple's.
It's called stealing, Samsung. And you should stop. Now.
This isn't a comparison of cloud services.
This is a discussion of how stupid it is for Google to nearly force customers into paying for their cloud services by including less storage than computers had over 10 years ago.
iCloud is optional. Macs include plenty of useable storage.
This google thing includes Wii U storage. 32 GB
But charges an arm and a leg for it.
Let's see... you get to pay very high prices for...
Apple simply needs to create a true policy with what it intends to do with cash in the bank.
It is entirely within its rights to maintain a GROWING savings, regardless of how many billions.
The company makes a lot of money, but SPENDS a lot to do so.
I am happy that the company i invest in is so well managed that it has ammassed a hedge against economic hard times for the forseeable future.
Anyone trying to divest Apple of any percentage of that hedge is not only...
LOL Someone doesn't know what they are talking about. iCloud is an OPTIONAL online storage system - which just so happens to do more than simply store. The Pixiedust or whatever ... forces you into having less storage than computers of over a decade ago and then pay for more. Simple. And quite stupid. $1300 for a fisher price Google netbook with 32gb storage... riiiiight