or Connect
New Posts  All Forums:

Posts by Haggar

If App Store preferences in Yosemite is set to "Install system data files and security updates", will this "security update" be automatically installed?  
Use it to make another Apple retail store.
Why are so many people dismissing this touch sensor?   Because the sensor is in the touchpad? Because a laptop has a touch sensor at all? Because Apple laptops currently don't have touch sensors?
Why go to all the trouble of inventing elaborate features like this?  Isn't it easier to just blame the user for dropping the phone in the first place?
Do all Genius Bar services require appointments?  Is it possible to get any type of support as a walk-in?  For example, if you need service while travelling.
By the same standard, all other operating systems are just as secure as Apple's, and any infections are the user's fault.  Since operating systems don't infect themselves, someone must be doing it.  So all infections in any operating system are the user's fault.  Thus it is not fair to blame Android or any non-Apple operating system for not having better security against malware because the manufacturer "doesn't need to do this" - it is all the user's fault.  This is like...
When buying a personal computer, the "average home consumer" typically chooses the same thing they use at work for these reasons1. To be able to use all the same applications without having to relearn anything2. To get free tech support from the IT people You want the average home consumer to choose the Mac, then the goal should be to make Macs the computer of choice for key people at work including managers, directors and C level officers.  Getting Macs adopted from the...
How about bringing this "feature parity" to Lync client for Mac also?
The "crooks" comments are basically something along the lines of "it's only a crime if you get caught" or "being an asshole is not illegal".  While Apple probably committed no crime in this case, it does cause some to question their business practices.  Would a "good guy" even consider asking for such one-sided terms in the first place?  Is it normal business practice, even for "good guys", to lowball the negotiation and ask for ridiculous terms just to see if the other...
Careful before you start another argument over overseas sweatshop conditions, fair wages, etc.  Of course, one could always say that those overseas employees voluntarily signed on to work in the factories.  The factory owners didn't kidnap the workers as babies, so nothing wrong.
New Posts  All Forums: