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Isn't that your job? The Windows market doesn't respect size any more, it's all about value. Apple can make any size they want but if it doesn't compete on price, it won't hit the high volume market. There's no profit to be made in making the cheapest product in a lineup the most compelling either.
Right now, he uses a Windows laptop so it's more than just a basic upgrade. This would be the first investment in the Mac ecosystem. It's best to buy just after a new model comes out and the sooner people move from Windows the better.One of the primary uses he noted in the past was sex webcams so unless his girlfriend or wife is one of the models, I'm guessing long-lasting favors would be out of the question - they'll only last until his tokens run out.
Apple has already laid the foundations for such a move by deprecating legacy APIs. I don't think a port to ARM would need as much work from Adobe. There is some dependence on Java to be considered as well as plugins but if they could get 4 or 8 quad-cores (totalling 16 or 32 cores) in at price points where a single dual or quad-core from Intel is available, it might be worth doing. It's definitely worth experimenting with. ARM doesn't beat Intel much on...
The piano music didn't fit well at all. It's hard to get good, affordable, royalty-free music though. The following site has a good selection but pricey:http://www.premiumbeat.com/royalty_free_music/acousticIf you mute the video and play Clap Tap along with it, I think it fits better. You really have to have a unique track per video clip though or it gets old real quick. Maybe if they bought a selection of 10 or so they could cycle round them and use different loops.Now,...
There are quite a few double standards that have been brought up in the aftermath. There have in fact been pictures of male celebrities released in the past such as Dylan Sprouse whose ex-girlfriend uploaded the pictures (the link has the images so don't visit it if you don't want to see them - they aren't fully nude):http://www.sugarscape.com/main-topics/lads/1001283/nude-photos-former-disney-star-dylan-sprouse-leaked-online-picsYou can see comments from girls at the...
I expect the comparison would be:Retina iPad mini + iPhone 5 = $399 + $650 = $1,049vs5.5" iPhone 6 = $750People need phones regardless. I don't think you can replace a 7.9" iPad with a 5.5" phone for prolonged tablet use but if it's mainly for Candy Crush Saga, Facebook/Twitter, maybe an occasional read in bed or the bathroom, some people could probably switch from two devices to one.I think if they do come out with a 5.5" model, the sales will be dwarfed hugely by the...
I think it's too cumbersome to have a phone nearby all the time. The part using audio would mean you'd have to shut off music and unplug headphones to login every time. Connecting via other methods like Bluetooth or wifi would be ok but may be more susceptible to local attacks like at a coffee shop. Then there's the issue of logging in on the phone itself, the phone is being treated as though it's the secure device where they suggest that if someone steals the phone, they...
Passwords have a number of flaws:- they are annoying to type in- people choose short or easy to remember passwords for convenience- people reuse passwords across sites- the act of typing in and sending a password can be intercepted over the shoulder, via communication interception, via phishing etc- they can be guessed or brute forced- there are too many services that need passwords so it's hard to remember them all and it's not nice changing them all after a security...
I think that's the one she meant. No matter what way their iCloud service was accessed, it was the service they were using at the time and they'd say the same about any other service. People on the forum had concerns about it years ago:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/150147/users-raise-questions-about-apples-security-after-icloud-hacks#post_2111719"It took me about 30 seconds to figure out a "crack" for iCloud if I have someone's Apple ID and considering the ubiquity of...
That right and that's what Apple is now saying:http://forums.appleinsider.com/t/182057/apple-says-icloud-is-safe-and-secure-stolen-celebrity-pics-were-targetedI was saying if the attack used was the brute force weakness, Apple would have been accountable for it but they have clarified it wasn't. I wonder how many news networks will update their stories.
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