Originally Posted by WilliamG
S'Funny - I find cars parked along the street every day. They don't belong to me.
But I have no duty.
I find newspapers on the subway every day. But I have no duty.
Once I saw a wallet on...
Originally Posted by SSquirrel
I think the more likely thing is that Apple will revamp all their monitors within the next year so that they are touch capable.
Making monitors touch capable is pretty trivial these days; making...
Originally Posted by Roos24
Won't happen. "The world" uses the A4 format, 8.5 x 11" is only used in the US. Apple will want to sell their products globally.
Apple has usually shown a strong preference for the...
Originally Posted by swinge
Apple supports free upgrades for the first two years so you should be fine unless you own the original iPhone...
I don't recall this ever being stated by Apple as their policy.
Originally Posted by Zc456
I wonder how the Courier fans will respond to this. Since they seem to be criticizing it the most for it not being a "serious" machine.
Of course it has one advantage over Courier: it exists.
Originally Posted by Cory Bauer
I love how neither this survey or the article bother to specify exactly what "work" is. If you're a person who just checks and replies to emails all day, in between attending meetings,...
Originally Posted by sippincider
Get into the brewing industry sometime: getting caught with a competing brand will get you fired on the spot.
On the other hand, after you sue them you'll be all set for a while.
Originally Posted by iGenius
It is a common technique. It may be that Apple really has problems supplying adequete product to meet demand, but I have no proof of that. There was a repart to that effect a week ago or so, but...
Originally Posted by island hermit
While artificial scarcity is one plausible explanation for the "only 2 per customer" policy there is another plausible reason; to avoid a lack of product. As we've seen in the past,...