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I've ordered my keyboard, but I do wish there were color choices other than just this dull grey.
The new AppleTV is -- so far -- the first Apple product that I don't regret not buying, in a very long while. Since I am not into gaming at all, it's not like I am missing much relative to the @TV3s that I have. I can't believe that Apple hasn't bothered yet to even allow iOS and Watch remotes to work. Really quite strange, even tone deaf. I don't think that the product rises to the level of the claim of "the future of television." Not by a long shot.
1) If you're using an NFC terminal that does not have an ApplePay logo on it, then the process is no different from that of using  a regular credit card (e.g., zip code input or not; sign or not). The use of ApplePay in that situation really only offers the benefit of substantial added security. That matters to a lot of people, including me. So, if you only primarily use cash instead of credit cards, then the use of the iPhone or the Watch to pay is not for you. 2) If...
Are people using 3D Touch a lot? Along with Live Photo, I expected I would, but surprisingly (or sadly), I've rarely used either very much. I wonder if there's some major use-case I am missing.
What are you talking about? During the period Feb - Jul of this year (i.e., 2015), AAPL steadily held $129 - $132 per share, i.e., $903 - $924 pre-split.
It has been frustratingly slow, indeed. Just last week, according to a BMW newsletter I received, one of their senior VPs finally sent a blog about CarPlay (and Android whatever) being available starting with 2017 models. We'll see. I have also been lustily eyeing the Jaguar XF, but no mention of CarPlay there. I will not be buying my next car unless CarPlay comes standard with it.
Um... what? You're rambling.
As expected, your posts have descended from lies to blather. Not only did I read the NPR link you cited, but I thought I would spare you the embarrassment of your own overblown bs (look at your post in #78, where you blithely claim Clinton did something illegal -- in response to which I asked you for a cite). All that the NPR link says is that some Republicans (e.g., Chuck Grassley) have claimed that what she did is "illegal." Since you insist, the article actually says --...
Of course not. But if called on it, some might consider it to be an intellectually honest thing to do. Unless no such cite backing up a wild claim exists....
See below. Looks like at @Corrections must have missed your memo.
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