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I like Pandora.
BECU, in Seattle, says you have to have IE to view your mortgage information. Can you believe that?   If you complain, they give you a workaround so that you can use other browsers.    It's BS and extremely lame.
Agreed. They continue to tarnish their reputation in many ways.   They need to stop talking about how "perfect" they are.   Now, my MacBook Pro is awesome, along with my iPhone 4S.   They have those two things right for sure.   iOS is a different matter, along with other things.  
Does Apple really need to get into streaming radio?   They seem more and more like Microsoft as "me too" and going beyond their core competency.   Just like maps and cloud services.   They need to focus on what they are good at and try not to be good at everything.  
I think he said 1%.   Anyway, market changes are way too fast and furious. Predicting the market is like predicting the weather 3 years out. Or even 2 weeks out.   It's all psychology and the views of people. Look how much the shine has come off Apple since Steve has left. Hiring Browett. Then hiring this Adobe character? Confidence in Apple is way down.
That's why I buy with AMEX and get the warranty doubled and don't spend on Applecare. I take the risk to save a few bucks. Seems these days Apple laptops are built very well. They did have lots of issues with iBooks and logic boards on the MacBooks. We had one iBook in the shop about 4 times. The 5th time, they gave us a brand new iBook, even though our warranty was expired.   I don't know if we pay a premium on MacBooks these days. MacBooks are pretty competitive with...
Really? Interesting. I use Windows and Mac everyday and both work fine.   I prefer Mac for home, but Windows for work. I'd consider a Windows phone if the hardware was better. Or even a Windows laptop, but the Apple hardware experience is far and away the best bar none.
I don't have much experience with Android, but a guy at the bus stop had one and it looked like a nice one, but it sputtered when he was scrolling on FB. I've heard the Android phones can scroll too fast, but then sputter too. iOS is just smooth and stable.
The iMacs were not ready. They often have delays to ramping up after announcing product.
That's cool of Schiller. So Android is ahead then, because iOS feels two years old (or more).   Which is more stale: iOS or Android?   Schiller is starting to sound like Steve Ballmer. Don't focus on great products. Just diss the competition.   Of course, Steve Jobs dissed the competition, but he was good at it. He seemed to be able to get away with it.
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