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That's pretty much the size of it. Apple needs to get off its high horse and join the likes of Google and Amazon down in the mud.
If you're not willing to mess around with the MFI program then you could be making substandard cables that could damage the iPad/iPhone or (in the worst cases) the user. The MFI program not only brings in revenue for Apple, it guarantees a higher level of quality than just leaving the vendors to make the cheapest cables they can. Apple has never felt the need to chase every market; likewise they have never felt the need to chase every cable vendor.  And I'm not sure where...
Could be that folk are passing on the iPad and going with a humongous iPhone instead.
Indeed. I read the Geekbench stuff and thought, "That  doesn't tell me anything." A bit further down you mentioned the demos at the Apple store. That was much more useful.
Agreed.If Apple's fortunes were decided by Internet forums then they would have gone bust when Steve Jobs passed away.
Yeah, I know it's Google, but this is still yet another case of EU extortion.    And once they're done with Google, they'll start on Apple's coffers.
A product is never 100% ready, so waiting another year is simply depriving themselves of a huge amount of usage feedback that can be used to improved the next version.  This is why I never understand people who hold off upgrading machines for years while they're waiting for some magical thing to be invented  that will persuade them to buy.
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.
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