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There's a motive behind it though. There's a forced association. It's like saying I brushed my teeth this morning, just like Steve Jobs used to do. The statement doesn't really mean anything important beyond the particular individuals chosen for the association. The similarities chosen are irrelevant because they are so few. They don't really summarize all the characteristics that form what we understand to be the essence of recreating the success those people achieve.
There's not much you can do really but that's really bad. Some people won't have a backup of their data. To simply forget to transfer it and then wipe it is really poor. I personally wouldn't send a drive with data through any repair shop because you don't know what people would be cloning. Look at the Edison Chen and Carolina Dieckmann scandals. The tech guys sifted through all their photos and leaked nude ones to the internet. But if they say they're going to transfer...
That's why I figured they'd be better off doing a stock merge than a split. Apple was worried about the stock volatility. While a split could push it up, I could see much wilder swings in value coming from this move. If they'd pushed the price up to the thousands, you wouldn't get people fooling around with the trades nearly so much. It should fluctuate more slowly.The stock should really reflect Apple's earning potential.Apple's net income has been:2009 $8,2b; 2010 $14b;...
http://thevarguy.com/business-technology-solution-sales/030314/apple-chief-cook-becoming-more-steve-jobs "Is Apple Chief Cook Becoming More Like Steve Jobs?"http://www.thestreet.com/story/11814392/1/like-steve-jobs-tim-cook-doesnt-care-about-apple-stock.html "Like Steve Jobs, Tim Cook Doesn't Care About Apple Stock"http://edition.cnn.com/2011/11/29/tech/web/jobs-excerpt-cook/ "Like Steve Jobs, Apple's Tim Cook replies to fans'...
If you think about how much you'd listen to music a day, even if it's 8 hours a day, that gives you 5 full work days without charging and if you had a habit of plugging them in when you stop using them, you'd never run out. Also the Sony ones are streaming the audio, like I say if Apple buffers the audio to internal hardware, it doesn't even need to use wireless except to fill the buffer so the battery could last even longer. The iPhone only lasts 40 hours for music...
What they could do is have wireless headphones with a fully detachable cable that connects Lightning to the headphones. This would let the headphones charge using the iOS chargers but also allow you to use the headphones when the power has run out. To use 3rd party headphones, they can make a Lightning to 3.5mm adaptor, which could be like the HDMI adaptor with power on it:http://store.apple.com/us/product/MD826ZM/A/lightning-digital-av-adapter?They wouldn't have to add...
Yes, Sony's bluetooth headphones manage 40 hours of wireless audio ( http://www.amazon.com/Sony-DRB-TN200-BLK-Bluetooth-Headset/dp/B00BN0N0A8 ) but they don't have to stream the audio continually if it's local music playback. They can have hardware inside the headphones that buffers the audio so instead of the headphones using wireless for the whole 3-5 minutes of a song, it can buffer that amount within seconds and then shut off the wireless. They can in fact do that with...
This doesn't sound like the same issue. Your keyboard shouldn't die completely even after a reboot. Is it just the keyboard or the keyboard and trackpad?You don't have to give up using the laptop, a wireless Apple keyboard and a wireless mouse will let you use it until the keyboard is fixed and possibly allow you to diagnose the problem of why the keyboard isn't working.
Apparently they retuned the audio for this model:http://www.engadget.com/2014/05/29/beats-solo-2-headphones/but they say they're still a bit uncomfortable. I wouldn't say the design is better than the first model but Apple can't have made any changes yet. It's a bit strange to have a new model out now in June when Apple's September event is so close.
Steve Jobs wanted Think Different to be inspired by some of the Dead Poets Society script. It may not have been the part used in the latest campaign but some of these:http://appleinsider.com/articles/11/12/14/steve_jobs_initially_hated_apples_think_different_campaign"Late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs' first reaction to the "Think Different" ad campaign was less than welcoming, calling it "crap" before ultimately changing his mind and running the now iconic series.Siltanen,...
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