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The Macbook is for people who want an iPad with a keyboard running OS X. At least that's why I'm buying one. I plan on never plugging anything into it except the power cable, just like I do on my iPad.
They all slow down over time.  That's how they get you to buy a new one.  I'm being stubborn as my 1st gen iPad Mini grinds to a halt with each iOS8 update.  Most of the time it's simple things like text entry lagging that absolutely must be by design.  Planned obsolescence.
Bluetooth LE supported: Yes Handoff supported: No WTF?: Yes
That just gives me more time to smuggle some in from the US and resell them in Switzerland for a premium.
Carphone. Car- Phone. Those big, heavy, ugly contraptions from 1991. Yeah, pair that with Warehouse and you've really got a luxury brand just primed to sell high quality items.
The only way this will be successful is if I can push the button while I'm sitting on the toilet and there's no more toilet paper, and they can deliver it to me before my legs fall asleep. Am I right?
Perhaps I'm stating the obvious, but just as this Apple boutique is opening up at the country's largest professional camera store, Apple's setting the sun on its only professional photo application. Seems more than a little contradictory.
You're kidding, right?  Have you seen it?  And I didn't say they violate patents, per se - just trade dress, which has always been obvious to everyone except Lucy Koh, as regards "irreparable harm".  They were made to pay for some violations, but obviously not enough to discourage:Need more? That's not to mention the UI, Samsung Pay, even the keyboard and the location of the headphone jack which they made fun of the previous year.  They're just dancing right on that line,...
Well one thing's for sure. Looking Samsung's new phones, the court judgements did nothing to deter their copycat strategy. And shouldn't that be the point of a court ruling, really - to discourage the same behavior in the future?
I ran across this web page earlier today, and I was wondering what we could expect in the future from a company that thinks so poorly of IT'S OWN PRODUCT from two years ago. Adobe is pushing this subscription model with hype like this because it doesn't sell itself, and cutting off support for CS6 is the only way they can coerce users to upgrade. Is this supposed to make us trust the future of CC when they have all the control? Sad and scary.
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