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You are not wrong. The trackpad on the current Lenovo T440s that we use at work is possibly the worst piece of technology I've used in a long time.
Toyota are supporting CarPlay, they just have no immediate plans to introduce it.
The sound systems are ok but the Nav is poor and hugely expensive too. Lexus are still stuck in the past when you can charge £2k for a nav system in a car. These days everybody's smartphone can to a better job. Just give up, provide a screen and let Apple what they are good at.
Isn't this the whole point of CarPlay? Let Toyota concentrate on the car and Apple can do the infotainment system.
Given that Apple has the highest market cap of any company it is obvious that if an institution wants to hold a certain percentage of Apple then that position is going to be worth more than for other company positions it holds.   It is also no surprise that institutions are increasing their positions given the uptrend on Apple's stock price of late and the recent analyst upgrades.
You are from the UK but cannot detect sarcasm?
I guess that explains why the latest Macworld podcast didn't download yesterday.
Why? The stock is liquid, there are plenty of shares available for purchase. Apple is sitting on too much cash for most shareholders liking (real investors not Apple fanboys) - they should be using it to add value to the company, faster than with it just gaining interest.
Really? What causes you to believe that?
Microsoft had a patch, but they also have a monthly patch cycle demanded by their business clients. Microsoft asked for a 2 day extension so the patch would be available when announced but Google went ahead and released the information anyway. For a company that just lives in a continuous Beta cycle maybe it is ok to just dump out patches whenever. For a company that is supporting real businesses that isn't a good model - one reason I'd never use Google services in a...
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