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steve jobs was always accessible and willing to talk, whether in the cafe, building one or just crossing paths. Same way at NeXT.
  You do realize that comparison chart will now have to be updated, right? By the way, those lack of RAW Editing features is a feature. There are tools to do this that can build as part of your workflow, commercial or free. Ditto for HDR Editing. Photoshop's draw is waning.
 CMYK will fall more quickly out of your To Do List. Incorporating LittleCMS 2.6.x into Pixelmator, if not already done, will be a synch in the future.
 The hell it isn't.
The legal cases pending will most likely kill the deal.
 I know 3 out of 5 of them personally. None of them were involved with the actual making of the products directly, whether hardware, software or what have you. They were leaders in directing and focusing teams to meet goals. Bertrand is a great guy. He hadn't been knee deep in coding for nearly 15 years. Rubenstein never wrote code and his expertise of working with hardware was in the past. Sina worked in branding, marketing and non tech related relations. He was one of...
``According to Harper's LinkedIn page, he spent just over 12 years at Apple. During his time there, he also co-designed and implemented the "CoreImage" real-time image processing engine that debuted in OS X 10.4 Tiger, which launched in 2005.'' He gives himself way too much credit.
Nest is basically describing itself as Filemaker Inc.
``Everything media will go under the Beats brand including some hardware. iTunes, CarPlay, AppleTV, TV software, TV hardware, iPods, headPhones, earPhones, speakers etc...'' Not a shot in hell. Beats will become a brand for Apple and neither Iovine nor Dr. Dre will manage them. They will have creative consultant titles, until they leave.
 This has never panned out with Apple. Nothing Apple has ever created was based upon a perceive competition in hardware between OEMs. Not one goddamn product. Apple has always carved its own niche, rightly or wrongly. Apple didn't make the iPod because they felt prior individuals who entered first were going to beat them to a pot of gold from consumers. Steve didn't see a viable ecosystem until all the pieces were available to him and the team. That includes manufacturing...
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