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 Funny. I'm running it as I post this response. Are you claiming it crashes for everybody? Do you even know what you are doing?
“Remember, thou art mortal, and all glory is fleeting.”   Whispered into the ear of Roman generals as they rode into Rome on a chariot with a slave holding a laurel wreath above their head.   I am absolutely convinced that Tim Cook has his head screwed on tight, has Apple’s future well planned ahead, and will guide the company with a firm hand. I think we can finally let Steve Jobs rest in peace. He picked the right guy to succeed him. You did good, Steve. Thanks!
Yeah, ‘buggy’ software that the vast majority of users are NOT having issues with. Oh but it just couldn’t be their self-jiggered, terminal command enhanced, customized setups, edited .plist files, Little Snitch blocked service.
Which is exactly why it’s not ‘free.’ Nothing is free. Somebody pays for everything. Just a pet peeve of mine, especially when the ‘payer’ is the public via taxation.
Just keep in mind that these types crawl out of their spider holes every time a new OS X update is released. Just take a gander at the comments already, people we never hear from until something is updated railing over their longstanding suffering with bugs that may or may not be real. Mail sucks, iTunes sucks, OS X whatever.whatever sucks. For people who claim to be advanced users who know what they are talking about, they sure seem to be clueless.
First of all, whatever it is, it’s not ‘free.’ Somebody will pay for it, probably the taxpayers of NYC, even those taxpayers who don’t use it. Second, ‘free’ also implies insecure like the ‘free’ WiFi at Starbucks and McDonalds. Would you login to your bank or credit card account using ‘free’ public WiFi? Well, the general public surely will. Score one for the hackers and WiFi sniffers.
Yep, and they are also the ones who spread the rumor of a massive iPhone 6 recall because of bendgate. This is definitely damage control for Samsung.
What is conveniently being ignored by this article and other pro-neutrality screeds is that the proponents also want price regulation just like traditional utility rates. They want state commerce commissions setting the price of broadband access. That’s a recipe for stagnation... just like traditional utilities have stagnated. Why invest millions or billions if your rate of return is dictated by politicians.   So go ahead and demand net neutrality but remember, you’re...
No. Only Apple is not to be trusted. Microsoft, Google, Samsung are all as pure as the newly driven snow when it comes to security. Google’s motto “Do no evil” is good enough for the FTC. It’s Apple that needs to be watched and scrutinized constantly.
It was higher so Apple is a failure, right?
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