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 Now I'm confused. I am always mild to moderately irritated by American publications putting "z's", in words that should have "s's", it's not just pedantry, it makes it more difficult to read. But now here is a word that clearly has a Z we all can agree on, but it's spelled with an 'S'. 
I feel that Apple has the integrity and capacity to keep ahead of this game. 
 How can a company 'literally' go insane, it could only be 'metaphorically' insane, to be literally insane, Apple, the corporate entity would have to be a person.
 The trackpad on the rMBP already can be configured with touch gestures, a two finder feather light tap is a right click already, which is about as good as a right click can get. Still looks like nice engineering it'll be straight into the MOMA with this.
When I first saw the Apple Pay story on TheGuardian website it was immediately obvious that it was a bank problem, similar to how banks give out loans to people who can't pay it back, without checking, with only the $$$'s signs for guidance.
 Why are you forcing me to charge my client $750 and hour defending this useless claim?
Using BetterTouchTool visual guide I can see that pressing a trackpad harder or softer, results in the device being able to measure more or less of the finger pad touching the screen. Therefore a hard or soft press may simply be a software calibration problem and could therefore be included as a software update rather than  hardware like the 'electrodes' embedded in the apple watch display.
You'd think that Texas would realise that Lawyers, by deliberately choosing to have their cases heard in Texas, are taking the piss.
"Battery lasts all day" and "Battery needs charging once a day" imply two different things, the former implies 14 hours, the latter implies 24 hours.
They quote the 'law of large numbers' but they forget the largest number of all at the moment. Apple has 160 billion of ready cash, this means that given a good idea they have the means to bring it to fruition unlike any other company on earth. It's almost certain that the iPhone will not remain 85% of Apple's cash cow, but when it eventually slides, there will be something else. With the cash, talent, and design and idea expertise that Apple has, anything is possible for...
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