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"Apple Watch- the most personal device ever.   *that requries your iPhone to be on you at all times."
 More like limited supply/ massive production issues. Even Apple admits that much of the hardware is so difficult to make (most recently the faulty taptic hardware). 
When is iMovie coming out?
It isn't just "one guy." It is a pattern that has been happening for a while now. Apple is leaving creative professionals behind.The Mac Pro was redesigned, but in a more non- pro less expandable way. Even their pro desktops are now becoming cute little prosumer computers.Apple got out of the server market by killing the Server hardware and OS X server,They killed Arpeture.They sacrificed many alliances in the pro videography community when FCPX was released, which proves...
RIP Final Cut Pro. And with it, Apple's Pro market altogether, as Apple becomes a fashion company (Jesus, never thought I would be saying that.. It hurts). Time to start learning other editing applications.
What do being struck by lightning, winning the lottery, dying of car accidents, having a baby born with one eye, and politicians being trustworthy have in common? They're all more likely to happen over you dying of a terrorist attack. Well, except maybe one of them.
Apple palling around with firearms manufacturers? Everything about this story makes me vomit in my mouth a little.
 I used FCP 7 in college back in '04. For a decade I got out of film making and recently started taking it back up again. I took a beginner's class in town on FCP X, and it is such a better application in so many ways! Some of which has nothing to do with Apple but with the advancement of the film industry in general (no more "Log & Capture" from DV tapes, instead import files instantly from a SD card). But it is a much more refined application. Of course I didn't start...
I don't see much choice in emoji skin tones, in fact none at all. The Caucasian tones before were quite nice and now it's some weird Simpsons hybrid.
In California there is a law that makes it a felony if a criminal steals $950 or more of merchandise and a misdemeanor if less. So someone who steals $949.99 worth of items is totally forgiven and allowed to live life free of any dark clouds or debilitations, yet someone who steals 1¢ more worth is forever branded a societal stain and is thrown away in the proverbial prison, not allowed to get a job, not allowed to be around kids, not allowed to vote, has to sit in prison...
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