I get strange "reframing" of some apps when I first open them on my iPad. Words With Friends for example. Don't know if that is an app or iOS issue, but would like to see it cleaned up. Also have had a couple of demi-crashes where the screen will go to black with the white apple in the center, then quickly recover. Odd. Never happened in iOS 6.
The iPhone is a phenomenon. It's a premium product that sells to the masses, yet continues to hold its cachét. (Kind of like Burberry, strangely). Maybe there is room at the top for a limited production super-premium iPhone? Or would that screw things up for this phenomenon?
Not that simple. If a white guy in Korea was accused of theft, and he got the one white judge in all of Korea to judge him. That judge might do well to recuse him/herself. For the case at hand, how about a judge of Armenian descent? 😉
What happens to those who are already using what will now be Apple's technology? Presume they are grandfathered in, but could Apple cut them off from future development?
Sounds like a great buy; hope it leads to more "cool new products" Cook has promised.
Not so sure that the comments about Judge Koh are racist in the strictest sense. She's not being denigrated because of some perceived inferiority based on her race. She's being accused of being biased because of a race-based conflict of interest. Psychology has long shown that people instinctively cut others slack if they share some profound commonality with them. Judges obviously have to fight against this in themselves constantly. But because the argument is between two...