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Your move, Apple. How many times in the past two years has Cook said, "We've got amazing new products in the pipeline..."? Definitely a bunch of market-appeasing, gasbag bromides at this point. They sound no different than any other vaporware-producing has-been.
Daniel Day Lewis. He will get every single one of Jobs' nuances right. He'll be uncanny. But if Bale duplicates his Patrick Bates role, then he's 98% of the way there. Minus the chainsaw and Huey Lewis.
So it's evident that Jackson has seen an Apple keynote: A bunch of white guys with white guy names preceding and following a bunch of other white guys, all wearing white guy clothing. Now that I mention it, wow, it really is a boys' club.
They do know that Apple uses steganography in the background images to discover where leaks are coming from, right? That starry night background contains more than just stars; there's a code in there pointing straight to the leak.
Shouldn't the warning say, "To change this, tap Settings > GENERAL, and go to Restrictions."?
 Although x.5 updates can often see substantial features added. Given Maps' reputation, you'd think that they'd add substantive features as soon as technically possible! 
Why is this reported as ipso-facto being part of iOS 8, and not, let's say, iOS 7.5? Wouldn't it be more journalistic to say "a future version of iOS"? Otherwise, articles on AI have as much credence as the laughable analyst reports we read everyday, written by people who presumably don't know anything about Apple.
Hi, I'm Jack Ass Analyst here on Wall Street. I am urging my clients to sell their APPL positions based on the contents of this update. We originally forecasted that this update would contain holographic enhancements and a olfactory sensor, which would allow apps to recognize a food dish. However, since Apple has let us down once again by not meeting our outlandish prognostications, we are urging our clients to SELL. Samsung, with its lack of filters for the plethora of...
"...while the on-screen controls come with just a "limited set of things you can do." Wonder what the Samsung/Android interpretation of this would be. I bet their first "PlayCar" app will be Angry Birds (Auto)mobile.
In related news, Samsung announces CarPlayGround initiative with Hyundai and KIA. 
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