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Understand why you say that, but there are some things they do have for apps (update mechanism, kill switch if needed, developer certificate revocation if needed, a review process) that do make some sense for internet connected keyboards IMHO. I assume something as simple as a possibility to hide app icons from the Springboard (as you can do on the Apple TV) would be acceptable for most.
Not interested in most of these. Something that intercepts keystrokes and is free or dirt cheap makes me nervous.   I make one exception for the new TextExpander for iOS and its keyboard, as this is an app I use on all my devices, and finally having my shortcuts available in all iOS apps, including Mail, is something I have waited for a long time – and this is a developer I do trust. Between this and the 1Password update (works in Safari and supports TouchID), my two...
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 It will be on the Apple TV.
Really don't want them to play anything, but "where the streets have no name" would have been proper for the initial Maps.
Can't say anything about the adoption rate, just that pretty much every company we occasionally work with that was on FCP before FCP X is now on FCP X. We have not moved a single FCP license to another product ourselves. We also did not have many complaints after the launch, most of the initial shortcomings of FCP X did not really affect us (only the initial lack of multi-cam support kept a few projects on the old FCP then). Our users (we have 25 permanent, plus 15 on...
I have not really used a more current version of Android, but when we had some Honeycomb tablets in the company for testing back then, martyrdom was actually a term that came to my mind.
When Eric Schmidt heard Jobs say "real artists ship", he made an impulse buy.
While iBeacon is only an implementation of BLE, which is available to any OEM, it is Apple's trademark and technology. Apple can extend it any way they want, e.g. for a future payment system, without depending on others. As can be seen with some standards, defining it gives you a lead (e.g. think of Adobe's PDF and DNG standards, they are open and available to everybody, but Adobe's own solutions are always ahead of the curve, meaning only their customers will always have...
Hm, wasn't iBeacon meant to be merely anonymous; retailers can push information to devices, but can't gather anything from them?Anyhow, I prefer to stay anonymous in most cases, and I prefer to pick food and drinks from the menu over somebody telling me what I am supposed to want.
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