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 I just hope they haven't 'forgot about Dre.' 
Whoa. That would be an interesting development if true. Then again, weren't there only something like 250k subscribers when Apple purchased Beats?
 I hear you! I'd been using the Mailbox app and gmail.  One thing I really liked about Mailbox is the email threading...wish Apple would allow threading, but it isn't a deal breaker.  I suppose I *could* use the Mailbox app with iCloud email, but I'm nut not sure I want my email routed through Mailbox's servers any longer.  I know, I know...can't avoid some things.  But I'm kinda of tired of 'being the product.'
Awhile back I stopped using Chrome - Reader view alone is worth the switch.  Also dumped Google Maps.  Next on my list is Gmail, although that change will be difficult as I've had Gmail for years and years.  
Well done, Apple.   Samsung is "well done" as well.
In the Charlie Rose interview, Tim alluded to the idea of "areas of interest" that haven't even been rumored, yet.  The Apple Watch was sort of expected...but Tim (and Eddie) has also mentioned "products" in the pipeline for this year.  I'd love to see something new, whether that be Apple TV, a new service, or something I can't even imagine.
Where are all those calling for Tim Cook's head?  Yeah, that's what I thought.   The more I see of Tim Cook the better I like him and the direction he's taking Apple.  Again - Steve was right.
 I watched it on my iPad @ the iDownloadblog site.  Link to part 2 (Part 1 is on there somewhere) http://www.idownloadblog.com/2014/09/15/cook-charlie-rose-interview-2/
I would love to see a breakdown of Android switchers to the iPhone 6/6+.     I'd also love to see my order status updated to "shipped." ;-)
 I have heard this, but have no experience seeing it for myself.  I do think that Apple could be the one to raise awareness for NFC payments in the US, at least. Having said that, I do wonder about widespread adoption a small bit.  The MCX group (with CurrentC) apparently forbids it's members from accepting any other form of "mobile payments" and there are some pretty big hitters, in the US at least: Walmart, Target, Best Buy, 7-11, etc etc.  But if anyone can do it, it...
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