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Posts by AeronPrometheus

If all Apple gave us was faster hardware, running a more stable, faster version of iOS, with much-needed updates to the core apps, and simply continued to improve Maps and Siri, I'd be happy as a clam. Apple spoiled the media by continuously hitting the ball out of the park for several years and now anything less, no matter how factually successful, will look like failure to them. I'd say who cares what they think, but what they think could hurt Apple no matter the facts.
It's over, Apple is doomed. (I'm never going to get tired of saying that either)
Zuckerberg went so far as to say that they weren't creating an OS or forking Android yet used those points as his excuse for not deploying on iOS. Facebook already has a choice seat at Apple's dinner table, they have far more freedom with iOS than most others, so the reason Facebook Home is going to Android first (and maybe only) is purely a political one. Home is clearly for the Facebook obsessed. It's not greater enough than the Facebook app to make me want to get a new...
First iPhone, then Final Cut Pro, now iPad. Along with silent, yet significant, growth of Maps and the software updates of increasing frequency, these are starting to look like pre-shocks to something really big.
"A good offense is the best defense." ...Which is something Apple EXCELS at.
Are they really proud of building a giant space heater next to what will become one of the most unique buildings in the world?Troll level: Samsung
*looks at rear-view iPad mount* You know not the evils you have brought upon this world...
Man Jony, you let yourself go. :P Not that I'm complaining, he looks happier than he did in his muscle-building days. And dare I say more jolly?
This seems like a tactical move on Apple's part.
In the words of Jeff Jarvis, "How dare they make money, HOW DARE THEY!"
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