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That's a beautiful, moving video. Yay to Apple and their employees. Especially the sexy bears.
What short memories we have. In 2005, Steve Jobs declared it "The Year of HD". And we all know what happened with that.
I agree: Apple got diverted, but it was probably chasing iOS rather than iMovie that got their pro software off-track for the past 3 years or so. Oh, and "buku"? Perhaps you meant "beaucoup"?
That's certainly how other companies use the technology. Apple controls the hardware and the OS. They could certainly go down the path of locking OS X down the way they lock iOS down. I don't think it will be immediate. This is just the first step. Like the proverbial frog in the slowly warming water. Apple has every incentive in the world to make OS X more and more like iOS. Apple loves control.
Is this a further way to lock down the OS against viruses? Could it also be used to lock down the OS to prevent you from installing unauthorized apps? Could OS X be going down the same path as iOS, where you have to jailbreak your Mac to install anything not from the Mac App Store?
This is the only thing that makes sense. The other prototypes of an edge-to-edge screen on a phone will never work, because if you hold it in your left hand (if you're a righty) your fingertips will spill over onto the screen and confuse the touch sensors.
Hurt the stock? Great! Buy low, sell high, after the hysteria* recedes.Folks, it's 2011. People who want to profit off of Apple couldn't give a rat's ass if Cook is gay or black or Martian. He makes them lots and lots of money!This is almost as big as the repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell. This is a milestone in gay acceptance.And those guys here protesting the loudest about how "offensive" this story is? Closet cases.They're not upset that Cook was outed (although, like most...
You're kidding, right? Come November, every iDevice ever made will run 1 of 2 OSes: iOS 3.1.3 or 4.2. Every Android device will run 1.5 or 1.6 or 2.1 or 2.2. Now that's fragmentation.
No, it's just much easier, is all he was saying. And he's right, of course.
Maybe it's more along the lines of Automator or Applescript, for end users or enterprises to create custom use apps. Doesn't Android have an Automator-like app that they're testing now?
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