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Goal Zero has bigger versions with more capacity.  I personally have the Guide 10 Plus Adventure Kit, not much bigger, but a lot more capable.  I've used mine to recharge my iPhone (and others) in a week long camp where there was no electricity.  Worked great.    While true that the Switch 8 seems small, it's good in a pinch or having it in an emergency grab bag. 
Right.  So when you get off the highway, that should of been red flag #1. Then when you enter a national park should of been red flag #2.  When road turns into a dirt path and then sand, should of been red flag #3.     I always have extra food and water in my car and I live in a major metropolitan area.  And I always have a road atlas (paper) in the car.  And I check where I'm going first.  So I would notice that major road leads to my destination and I shouldn't be...
But they also had a working models at announcement.  Hardware was done... it was the software that was being fine tuned. 
Shouldn't the photographer be suing the stock photo house?  If the image was truly a "layout only" or "comp" image, then the res is not high enough and has a watermark on it (as others here have stated). I use stock images on a daily basis. They all have watermarks on them and are low-res.... until I purchase the higher quality for actual print use.  So the photographer should have issue with the stock house for providing a hi-res version of it to Apple. Unless Apple did...
For all those complaining about the lack of streetview without going to the web version, try the free APP called Live Street View (or the $0.99 version).  I have not tried it or used it, but I know it exists. 
Cool.  What time (on 9/14) did you originally pre-order?
What was your secret?  I tried that this AM as well and no luck.  ATT rep said we need to call Apple, he can't do it on his end.   Apple customer care had high call volumes, so no luck there.  And couldn't do it online, cause AppleCare+ was already charged to my CC. 
  One of the first things i thought of too was letting the entire design team travel together.  They might of taken separate flights.     However, does the "cost" really matter?  This team has done incredible work over the years.  And deserve a few days off.  For a creative team, it's not always about being productive.  You would be surprised how much an excursion like this does for moral.  These are creative people, they need to get out.  A trip like this does wonders...
I think you misunderstood his post.  He's not saying for tech not to advance, he's just saying the dimensions on a desktop doesn't need to be thinner.  Width and height matter, not depth.    Can you tell us why and how a thinner desktop (and I'm not referring to the MacPro) would be advantageous? 
  Actually, it is. 
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