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Same here. Flawless installation, as usual, and the new Photos app is a dream to work with.I think everyone has a right to complain, but I always think that if 1% of the use base is unhappy then you will hear (constant) complaints from that single per cent. The other 99% will carry on humming along without saying anything. That's human nature.Apple has been moving towards being a consumer company for years, so stop acting like this a big surprise.If you don't like the new...
 Apple hides the information from their competitors.Intel hides the information from their shareholders.
 My thoughts exactly.
 Nope. Only highly successful international fashion and retail corporation CEO's can give an opinion of any value on the work of Angela. But anyone else can say what they want.
He doesn't have the right to punch his work colleagues in the face. The BBC made the right call. They sacrificed £60million a year to do the moral thing.Surprised you don't support that. Actually no; I'm not surprised at all.
It's great that Apple is going all-in with the cloud, but I'm wondering if they shouldn't be using some of the billions to provide an internet service for its customers. As others have said, once folk start experiencing slow service, extra charges and throttling from the ISPs then it won't be pretty.
And yet you dropped by to spout the same old dross folk have been hearing from the Android crowd for years. So you're not actually thinking for yourself.
Unlikely. If this was going to happen then we would have seen it already with more expensive items like the iPhone and the iPad. Most of the watches they sell are going to be black sports models and they will be bought by men who won't even bother to try them on. This whole booking thing is not about selling the watch; it's to stop it getting nicked.
Just what I've always wanted: pictures of my spleen showing up in Google searches. Why are they doing this? Because they noticed that Apple has been making huge waves in the medical arena of late.
Not sure he sounds ridiculous at all. Certainly not as ridiculous as trying to say that a phone and watch share the same usage pattern as a dishwasher and a sink.Some of the early reviews of the Watch talked about how much less they reached for their phone.To begin with, far fewer people use their phone to make phone calls.Secondly, the patterns of internet usage are different when you're out and about. People don't tend to surf on the move; they'll be looking for specific...
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