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Posts by lkrupp

Yep, Apple is on its way out, no doubt about it, proudly failing at everything it does since 1977. Steve is dead. It’s all over but the crying. I told my financial advisor to liquidate my AAPL before this afternoon’s debacle takes place.
We should all know by now that market share is meaningless in terms of Apple products. That other manufacturers sell more gadgets while Apple takes in most of the profit is the important part to focus on. Market share has not cause developers to flee the platform. On the contrary developers know they can actually make money making iOS and now Watch OS apps.
Just like anything else on the Internet the negative crowd tends to post negative things while those who are satisfied or at least not upset do not tend to post. So we get this skewed view of reality, whether it’s customer satisfaction or software bugs. And I think tomorrow’s Q3 report will stun those those trolls regarding the Apple Watch. 
You sound like those iHaters who say only stupid people buy Apple products. Please get a clue.
Then why are so many bitching about Apple Music not having a free, ad supported tier like Spotify?
Other tech sites have been discussing this issue and some thoughts appear to be worth investigating. Apparently the Zune used to make the user connect at least once every thirty days to verify a valid subscription. Apple could allow syncing to the Nano and Shuffle but require a connection to iTunes every so often to validate the sunscription. If you don’t connect to iTunes in the allotted time period the music stops playing. When you do connect to iTunes your subscription...
So what’s your solution, genius-stein?
 Some people wouldn’t know what a bug is if it up and bit them in the ass. Some people think anything that doesn’t work they way they think it should work is a bug. Some people think a feature that works differently than before is a bug. Some people think if they don’t like something it’s a bug. Some people have absolutely no idea what they are talking about when they use the word ‘bug.’
Oh the logic!
 It’s always bad either way. If the supply is constrained then Apple is bashed for being incompetent in estimating demand or is accused of intentionally limiting supply to increase the hype as a marketing ploy, or is accused of having production problems with defective units. Once the supply catches up with demand the doomsday scenarios come to the front and the hand wringing starts. So, you see, no matter what, it’s bad for Apple because, well, it’s just bad because it’s...
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