Originally Posted by wolfneuralnet
...iPhone OS on a tablet is a deal killer for me - you can try and reframe it all you want, but it won't do everything I want it to do with the iPhone OS (and it is a different OS, with...
Originally Posted by wizard69
Ballmer was focusing on the hardware but to be honest my Mac Book Pro and even my iPhone don't stand out on quality. Let's face it iPhone is a thin brick and the MBP a fold open box.
Face what? I...
Originally Posted by chronster
ah the price for osx. It's no wonder they are posting profits seeing as how they are making a killing off their inflated pricing.
But that's my opinion. I'll take a laptop with equal or...
Originally Posted by Virgil-TB2
...Another problem with this model (also exhibited with the current podcasts), is that if you download a podcast to your iPhone, (and presumably this will be the same with the shows and movies),...
Let me summarize what a retailer needs to do in the vast majority of cases in order to sell a Mac or related Apple product: present the customer with a box in exchange for payment. I'm pretty sure this can be handled at any Walmart...
Originally Posted by sapporobabyrtrns
... However, when I really need to do something serious telephony wise, I will turn to my Nokia because it gets the job done.
I ask the question because I'm genuinely curious. Could you...
Originally Posted by cameronj
ATT and Apple would be very pleased to hear the logic that causes you to think that your iPod was free. It only cost you $1500 or so.
I could use some help making sense of this. Apple had a...
Originally Posted by iStink
Everyone here is bashing Microsoft for making bad products, but then they are bashing them for trying to improve their products. What's the deal?
Microsoft is not just another company like Apple...
Originally Posted by MakAttak
Dude touch screens have been around WAY before Apple could even get a hold of their company again. You might wanna put down your Macbook, turn off your Apple TV, and pause your iPod so that you could...