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like ya'll have said it's these kind of things that make Apple. Not mhz. So is this basically like a Galaxy Note in a trackpad, with the addition of giving tactile feedback? If so that'd be awesome. Inkwell? Does it do handwriting recognition perhaps? Sensitive like the Note?  I might have to just look at these units. Was beginning to think this would be another year of a whole lot of nothing on the laptop front.   InteliusQ...  EXACTLY.  That sounds awesome! I want one....
re: Flash. It was an awesome IDE.  coding HTML5 is a pain in the ass and inferior in every single way. Developers that know, know.  I agree, it was amateur developers along with a bad Mac implementation, that killed Flash. Those two things are what lead Steve to dislike Flash and therefore not support it.   I duno the deal with this Apple Watch though. It looks like a cheesy Android watch.  Moto 360 is circular. It is awesome. It looks like what I thought Apple Watch...
pff I am not trolling I am a common use case. Past a certain point pixels do not matter to a lot of users. Yes as wizard pointed out a while back, even when you can't "see" the difference it is "easier" on the yes.  And I actually did notice that. It an improvement that it is welcome. But at first, retina added a massive price increase. It was painful. And I certainly think DPI on laptops with retina has maxxed out. Any more for quite some time would be a frivolous waste...
from my experience ZERO has changed about Apple notebooks in over 5 years. They lost optical. Good. Retina:  golf clap.  And where is it in Air.  OS X is just finally getting good again.  My MBP with Snow Leopard honestly looks better than their new laptops, for my use pattern.  I will not be pleased if I spend full price on what they are currently offering. Let's see more classic Apple revolution not evolution.  Touchscreen. Real voice and AI like Google Now.  And fanless...
so is this happening? Apple laptops have been stale for like 5 years.
From TheVerge:   What’s missing? Pretty much everything that is in iPhoto can be found in Photos, but some things did not make the cut. It’s worth noting we were using an early build of the software, and things could be added both in the public release and shortly after. The long-running star rating system has given way to favoriting photos with hearts, though existing star ratings are preserved from your old photos and accessible through search. iPhoto’s...
Yea, just recompile it. To run at native x86 speed. Just click Recompile and select Turbo.  If you could go ahead and come in Saturday and do that, that'd be great mmmk. Oh, and one more thing. If you could go ahead and come in Sunday, that would be really great. Mmkk? 
well guess what it's already flying. I've seen a lot of surfaces and other 2in1 actually.   People said that about phablets too. People kept drinking koolaid here with all the 640 K ought to be enough for anybody stuff and by that I mean 4" oh that's good enough for anyone crowd.  Well guess what my eyes are bad and it never cut it. It's why I went Droid at first, that plus Google Navigation actually. Once I discovered all the other stuff like voice recognition which it...
melgross a sage comment re: outspokenness. Still have to say I like this guy. Crashing that AT&T party? That was badass.   So can I hack the Apple Watch to use with my Galaxy Note? Half-kidding. Since the thing is so big sometimes it's hard to take in and out of my skinny jeans pocket. Kidding. Mostly. Hipsters with iPhone 6, ya'll know.
like you said Wiz it's about what's next. New product categories. And yes, Windows 8 sucks, I use it plenty and Metro sucks. Completely. But I like that MS tried. But the hardware components are there, waiting for someone like Apple to make it work. Apple took existing tech and made the iPhone, which was the first useable smartphone. Time to do the same for 2in1.  What better than a company that makes good hardware and has OS X and iOS. Only thing is, is that I hope it'd...
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