Personally I feel the fool for having paid for them when they came out (Numbers, Pages, and Keynote.) They're not really even compatable with the OS X versions,[many basic features missing] much less with Microsoft or OpenOffice.
Originally Posted by GTR
I would absolutely LOVE for Apple to go private at some point in the future.
Why would you? Why do you think that would be good?
And on a different note, I make...
Originally Posted by Tallest Skil
Why did Apple post record numbers every single quarter during the recession, then?
Negating your point above…
Wow. An appeal to financial expediency.
Originally Posted by Rogifan
Who cares? Apple doesn't design their products around getting a good score from iFixit.
I salivated over the new iMacs, but when it came time to plunk down my...
Originally Posted by pazuzu
Yet you didn't still sell did you? The fact it it was rock bottom. No where to go- but up. It's called a long term investment.
It's true, I didn't sell and it was a great...
"AAPL had no where [sic] to go BUT up."
I'm guessing you had no skin in the game at the time. Those of us who did didn't all feel that way.
Although I felt pretty good in my investment in AAPL, it was seen as an incredible...
Originally Posted by christopher126
It's like carrying around your own tombstone. Apple was right to kill it! :)
I loved mine and wish I could get another.
People who dislike the 17" MBPs just...
Originally Posted by snova
The assumption is we are using sensor technology from a similar eras; Not 9-10 years apart. Specifically sensor technology as it stands today. Same sensor size; 12MP...