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And yet Apple seems so overly anxious to protect iMacs from being cannibalized by other Mac desktops.
 "You can have a Mac as long as it runs only Windows - best of both worlds".
The enterprise is not our customer.   Steve Jobs
What do you consider "long overdue"?  Having this option, or having it turned on by default and placed all the way at the bottom of the list? I figured if we could put the blame on the mobile carriers, then the people who are currently complaining about the lawsuit might start to favor it because Apple would no longer be taking all the blame.
Just don't exercise that way.   Sent from my iPhone
Sometimes it takes a lawsuit to make arrogant developers wake up.  Maybe if Apple Engineering took the feedbacks seriously, put the setting at the top of the list and turned off by default instead of thumbing their noses at the bug reports, this lawsuit would not have happened.  But I am still waiting to see if AT&T, Verizon and other carriers lobbied Apple to have this setting turned on by default and buried at the bottom of the pile of apps so they could collect more...
I wonder if AT&T/Verizon had anything to do convincing Apple to turn it on by default, and bury the setting all the way at the bottom of the very long list of apps, where most people would not bother to scroll all the way down (because endlessly flicking the screen is so annoying).  All so those carriers could make a few more dollars.
The other issue is that to find the setting, people have to scroll down a very long list, possibly hundreds of apps. (Don't get me started on the fact that the iPhone has been out for 8 years and we still don't have draggable scrollbars for scrolling through very long lists).  Would it have hurt Apple to put the setting at the *top* of the list so people would see it right away?  Now the question is whether the setting was put at the very bottom of the list because Apple...
 If Apple wanted to make it really easy, the app switcher could somehow allow people to distinguish between recent apps and apps that are currently running so they don't try to swipe away every single app.
 Here is Apple's "iPhone in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/Nice customer profiles on the "iPhone in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/in-action/Nice IT resources on the "iPhone in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/iphone/business/it/ Now let's see what resources are available on the "Mac in Business" page:  http://www.apple.com/business/mac/It has a Buy button.  Seriously?  
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