Way to go after the straw man Herr Schmidt. The evilness of Google is not that all that personal information you gather is not secure in your servers, it's that you gather all that personal information in the first place!
No, I don't get that implication at all. I bet the whole reading public except you doesn't see that implication either. Now let's look at the shortened version: Jobs resigned, then died. Nope, no implication detected there either, just as there is no such implication in "I jumped, then fell." Now let's try "Jobs chose to resign then die." There's your implication of intent on "die".
Originally posted 3/31/2013:
"I am a big believer in an iWatch but it has to come in totally from left field to succeed. It has to be positioned as a fashion item not a tech device, even though it really is a tech device. If they do this and sell several models each of distinctly different design, then they can get people to buy several of them. If they come out with new designs regularly, and by name fashion designers/houses, then they'll get people to buy them...
Maybe I'm doing something wrong. My trusted device is my iPhone, so if I log into iCloud or manage my Apple ID on my Mac, I get the verification code SMSed to my iPhone number.
Here's the thing. If I go log into appleid.apple.com using Safari on my iPhone, then it will send the verification code to the iPhone! So two step authentication on the iPhone is moot! Useless! Similar problem with iCloud.
Weird. You have this manufactured memory that everything Apple ever did under Steve Jobs was flawless. I think he was among the greatest entrepreneurs ever but Apple made some mistakes too under him. The key was how well Apple would pivot and fix all the problems as they crop up and that has continued with bendgate and 8.0.1. And you are going to raise 'failure of leadership at the very top'? Shepherding two completely new iPhone models through development and...