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It will still very likely have an option for a PIN code or some other alternate method to gain access to your phone as a back up. 
  That may be true but the people that scare me the most are friends that drive and refuse to keep their eyes on the road in conversations when I am in the passenger seat. They have to make eye contact and are constantly turning their heads to look at me. I have to berate them to look at the road and stop looking at me. I never turn my head away from road when I am the driver and speaking with a passenger in the car.    Studies show that listening to music is the least...
When the iPhone first came out I already knew it would be hugely popular as a phone but also remember thinking that I wished they could bring that into the car. If they manage to do it right this would provide tremendous expansion for Apple. For me, I would just like a simple way to integrate and view Maps on my car display when needed, access to Pandora, Spotify, iHeartRadio, and be able to have texts read out and reply by voice, and also hands free voice for calls....
This would certainly be an easy to way watch Hulu content on your TV without paying the monthly fee. Also the network sites like ABC, NBC, etc..that stream full episodes. I use a PS3 for Netflix and also Plex to stream content from my Mac but for streaming website content directly I simply connected my Mac directly to my TV with an HDMI cable. So for me at least this seems like a very cheap and easy way to remove a little cable clutter and not need to have my Mac running...
Not even close. The buyback at most could have effected around $5 to $10 a share and even then that is very temporary. Apple is trading unreasonably low  due to a lot of stupidity and manipulation by large hedge funds that want a great bargain to get it as low as possible then start loving the stock again and watch their profits soar. Apple should easily be trading at $550 or higher today if you simply look at fundamentals. 
It is technically possible like you said but would be extremely difficult and unlikely for a company the size of Apple. Michael Dell managed to do that with Dell but that is a far, far smaller company.    I don't know about the rest of you AAPL owners but I have spent enough time in the basement in the $400's purgatory and am ready to enjoy the penthouse suite again. A meteoric rise that happened like last time when it shot up to over $700 hopefully will not be repeated...
I was curious about the Moto X so did a little research. It is not meant to compete with the S4, HTC One, or even High end Motorola phones. But it does have very impressive specs for a phone at only $299 off contract for the 16GB and $349 for 32GB. It blows aways the specs of most other Android phone sold for less than $500.      http://www.knowyourmobile.com/motorola/motorola-x/19975/moto-x-specs-price-and-release-date-rumours
I'm assuming you missed the post I was replying to where the guy said he was going to buy a Chromecast and also thought he needed to buy a Nexus tablet as well. 
But even a single user often can need 2 separate accounts to make life easier. One corporate one personal for example.    Blackberry also did that for their new OS and that feature was widely praised for exactly that reason. On my Mac I have 3 users accounts just for myself because I need them. 
  If you have all Apple products including a Mac why not just use the free Chrome browser on OS X to stream to Chromecast? No need to buy an Android device. 
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