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I think you hit the nail on the head with this and it is exactly what came to mind when reading the article. There is prescedent for Apple licensing and including other vendor's technology on their own chip. They licensed and included an Audience controller on the A5. Tim Cook and Steve Jobs have said repeatedly that they want to own and control as much of the strategic underlying tech as possible, so I don't see them going away from designing their own SOC for any iOS...
  Calendar     Apple Fiscal                                          Months Q1                 Q2                                             Jan Feb March Q2                 Q3                                             Apr May June Q3                 Q4                                             July Aug Sept Q4                 Q1 (of following year)                   Oct Nov Dec   The Qs refer to quarters, divide the year by 4 and you have 4 separate quarters.   Most...
I am wondering if this is the China Mobile version of the iPhone 5 (a la the Verizon CDMA iPhone 4) rather than a true iPhone 5s in production.
The real Ugh! is the market reaction to the parade of great news about this company. Best quarter ever and they fall off a cliff. At least those of us in for the long term can load up on stock at low prices for the next leg up.
Sadly, I expect Apple stock to drop another $10 tomorrow due to this news. /s
Warren Buffet is consistently a voice of logic and reason.  From investing in general, to taxes, to Apple, he is right on about what needs to be done.   As Buffet said, Apple stock is a great value and buying their stock is a great opportunity for any person or entity that has a surplus of cash with a long investment time horizon including the company itself.   The market can stay irrational for long periods of time, but those who stand firm through them often...
Sure, it's the phone that's doing the emasculating, and not Sergey himself. http://www-db.stanford.edu/~sergey/photos/drag96.jpg
That was easy
I can think of three ways to run Windows on this Mac off the top of my head.1. Bootcamp (included, just use a valid Windows license)2. VMware Fusion3. ParallelsBootcamp is the fastest but requires you to reboot to change OS. We use VMware fusion, as well and it provides good performance for productivity apps (it launches a virtual machine like an app)
One of the interesting things is that around this price point, one could buy a cheap Windows laptop AND an iPad.
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