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I think they're confusing Apple with Microsoft.
I get Bitcoin and what it's trying to do, but at this point it's only going to be popular for the masses...of technophiles. I include myself in that category, and we are not as ubiquitous as we'd like to think we are. Remember, the litmus test is this is: Would your grandpa use it?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it: Find that VAIO running OS X and post it on eBay.
Hi, I'm a Wall Street analyst and this pie-in-the-sky rumor does not match what our internal predictions are for iOS8. We are expecting Apple to release a native portfolio tracking application, that allows high-wealth customers to track their net worth with hourly alerts.    Since this rumor does not match our real predictions, I am downgrading Apple to a SELL. 
 My litmus test is: What would happen to you if you said this to a group of five dudes in downtown Oakland.  You'd get your ass beat, that's what. Just because you have Harvard lawyers writing your pretty copy doesn't make it any less thuggish. Thuggish behavior should be met with a punch to the face, is what I say. 
I am for this only if Apple's customer service/reputation/quality/dispute resolution trumps that of PayPal's.    PayPal's policies are the worst in the industry. Any industry. Just Google 'PayPal horror stories'. Wait, just Google 'PayPal'. 
This article was brought to you by Carl Icahn.
Funny how that works.
Apple scraps crazy-popular products (see iPod nano), so there's no reason for them not to scrap a not-so-popular product.
Missed the mark. It's over. Apple is a sinking ship. Icahn's howls will increase in volume, and he will force Apple to return to its beige-box days.
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