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I'm more interested in that touch screen-scroll wheel combination device in the picture. I'd love an iPhone like that!
Single payer gives you significantly greater levels on. All. Five. Of. Those. Words.
Apple already had a great service that did essentially the same thing, and they killed it off. I like Dropbox, but I liked iDisk a lot more.
iFixit teardown in 3, 2, 1....
This will be the last time I pre-order from Apple. My LTE Mini is still listed as shipping "late November". I pre-ordered in the first 20 minutes too.
Isn't that nice of Apple to be looking into way to help its users miss more calls?
If it was ever really down, I never noticed. My wife and I each bought new Macbook Pros within the last few months, and http://www.apple.com/startpage/ was and is the functioning start page on both of them.
iSuppli only lists the cost of the bucket of parts. They don't understand the R&D, they don't know what the QC is like at those plants (how many get rejected). What's the failure rate on the aluminum enclosures, for instance (both the milling and the assembly)? What are Apple's costs related to marketing and distribution? I ordered mine with free shipping, how much does that cost?
This is interesting. During the keynote, Apple very clearly called the processor in the iPad mini an A5X, not an A5. They even put it up in a graphic on the screen.
I'd be fine with the update taxing the battery while it instals as long as it actually fixes the battery life problems once it is. I don't see battery fixes listed as one of its features though.
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