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I'm sure Apple will sell a lot of gold watches in Dubai. Perhaps enough to drive up their average prices. I'm just a little weary on the watch due to the fact that an entire generation or two has grown up without wearing one. We'll see.
Well, he is doing the obvious. They are making great products and the prices are always coming down (or value is going up). Lower prices are a good thing and as Apple's efficiencies improve, prices come down, margins are maintained and the shareholders are rewarded. It's all good. I agree with the 2nd part of your post. What people get wrong is when they say, "or Apple is doomed." That is getting tired.
Yep. Have to adjust for inflation. If you don't, you'll walk around thinking the first Model T was 'cheap' when in fact, it was comparable to paying about $20K for a car today.   Good job, Apple. I'm glad to see Tim talk up the watch a bit.
Don't worry, Apple, I'll be upgrading my hot and heavy iPad 3 to an iPad Air 3 later this year. My cycle appears to be every 2-3 years.
All of this because someone had good taste, was anal about the details and could tell the future.
Competition is good. Let the best man win.
If Apple wanted to escape detection, they could have mounted that contraption on top of a el camino or something. Whatever they're up to, I hope it helps fix the horrible walking directions in the maps app.   As far as my guess, the poaching almost certainly has to do with battery technology.
mdrift.... post of the month. Thank you for the laugh and coffee splatter.
I'm excited for this. I'm not a power user by any means. But I want syncing to work perfectly. The best way for that to happen, in my mind, is to have everything stored in the cloud. Then, when I make edits on my iMac, iPhone, iPad, or online, they are instantly reflected on all my devices.   Apple really needs to surprise us all with a seriously amped up iCloud storage bump - at the free level. So many problems are solved if we can all just use the cloud without...
I had forgotten about that intriguing little chip that manages the pixels on the new iMac. Very interesting. Apple is making their stuff harder to copy.   Maybe it's all this innovation that makes me wonder how long it's going to be before Apple breaks from Intel. I can't help but think that some accidental discovery is going to leapfrog Apple's ARM chips into the stratosphere. Same with batteries.
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