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Hopefully those who bought a Mac within 30 days of launch will get a free update... probably not though. So much for my last iphone rebate!
If they were using laws instead of pulling numbers out of ...er... a hat, then I would agree. Either they have info or not, the rest is speculation.
Why can't they just say "We think they will do this or that" instead of saying 80% chance... and why not 99%? There's still that 1% that can save your butt! BS, FUD (or the opposite?) to raise the stock price and take some profits. You will know when they have sold their shares when the price drops 5-7% in a day on a "bad outlook". Just like Men At Work's first album... Business As Usual. //glad I bought my stock in January!
But you can use an ipod or iphone on a PC or a Mac...But when people get a taste of Mac's "taste"... they just might switch.Get a taste of Microsoft's "taste" and you'll need mouthwash. That's why they try to MAKE you stay.
I think it is. My Macbook Pro had the battery just stop working (on a business trip), my daughter's macbook has been in the shop 3 times in 9 months (bad HD, bad charger and bad keyboard), her iphone has been changed 3 times (4 iphones in 3 months!)... and one of my iphone rebate certificates didn't work at checkout buying our new imac (had it restored, but wanted to use it for that purchase... oh well, Leopard, here I come!). The good thing is, Apple has fixed everything...
Just got a 20" Alu iMac on Saturday. All updates applied. No problems yet, and my boy plays Lego Starwars II constantly on it too.
But that does not take into account The Great PC Meltdown of 2008. You know, the one that is going to happen at the end of 2008... when all the PCs melt due to a software flaw in Windows... That will have the Mac share skyrocket in 1 day to 96.4%! And Apple will sell 450 million macbooks for the holiday season that year... I could be wrong in my predictions too you know, most things don't happen the way you predict them to... even if you do some research.
Do you think the board doesn't talk about future products in the pipeline? Or marketing campaigns? Or salaries/bonuses etc...?
So every minute of every hour you want Apple to update their prices to reflect the currency trade? And you would be fine buying something for $.99 one day and $1.2 the next...then $.96 after that? Why not just make all countries in the EU adopt the Euro? Probably about as easy a task.
If you know how to solder!
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