Originally Posted by GQB
But whoever proposed this rumor of smaller watches for women clearly has no awareness of style. Women who wear watches are essentially wearing men's watches now. The itsy-bitsy jewelry...
Originally Posted by Darryn Lowe
A number of things I find wrong here.
1: It makes no sense that Apple would make something purely for men and for women. They would make something androgynous.
Originally Posted by ddawson100
I could not agree with you more. It's baseless speculation -- and a little insulting -- that it'll be separated for genders. That's simply not helpful at all.
Originally Posted by jameskatt2
There are only a few million people who buy luxury watches in the world. But they also are the wealthiest.
The LUXURY watch market ALONE - lead by Rolex and Omega - is a $16 BILLION...
Originally Posted by jakeu26
In fairness, that's what they said about the iPad. I guess we will find out if it is a niche market or open up something new for Apple. Assuming that the thing actually comes out, I...
Originally Posted by Ochyming
I hope my now 2 y.o. child will work there!
Next year s/he can get a job assembling Apple products in China; small hands are a real asset. Sorry, couldn't resist.
Originally Posted by Phone-UI-Guy
"Stakeholders"? I guess that means people other than shareholders? Seems like it would be in the best interest of the shareholders to break it up and sell it off while there is anything...
Originally Posted by vaporland
Ireland? Lichtenstein? British Virgin Islands?Maybe.
Cupertino, not so much...
I doubt they are Ireland's biggest tax payer. The story is factually true (that Apple pays...
Originally Posted by Maury Markowitz
Data is considered to be facts, and is not eligible for copyright. That's why you can't sue someone for putting your address on their web site.
This is absolutely NOT DCMAable, and the...