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Interesting and amusing idea but Samsung and others have been developing and selling smart watches for years now, even if Apple decided to never come out with one the others would still produce them. NO one is copying Apple in this niche market and it's silly to even think otherwise. Fossil (2000)Samsung (1999 & 2009)Even IBM played with the idea (2000 & 2001) yep, that's a password thumb reader. A few Microsoft Spot watches...and company's like Seiko, Casio and Citizen...
Huh, I guess you're right, it is a little ass backwards, I learned size is predicated by the total volume the object takes up. I also think this has a lot to do with who is teaching the class, some teachers believe thicker is bigger, others length, I guess ultimately leaving the decision to the woman to decide. Hmmm, everything always comes down to the penis doesn't it, how do you guys live with that thing.
....and have the ability to run more apps in the background, better communication between apps especially music creation, built in file-manager, more memory, etc. There is actually a very big list of things that needs to be done to iOS before I would even consider using it as my default OS, basically it needs to be OSX with a touch friendly interface. Until such time my iPad will always be just a tool amongst the many that I use, a good tool but never my primary.
I don't think so, too expensive or at least their pro models are and I highly doubt they'll go the RT route unless all they need is a device to access the web, then a ChromeBook would probably be the better choice. Again, whatever they choose I'm sure they'll make it work. My daughters school uses ChromeBooks and you would actually be surprised as to how well they've integrated them into the students curriculum, quite impressive actually. Teachers use what are basically...
The big hand is for hours and the little hand is for minutes, there, saved you the wait. ;)
Unless of course it favours Apple, then by all means it's justified.
Actually what he should have said, you shouldn't be doing it online, which is sound advice.
MS Office online is free to use, just like iWorks and Google Docs, Office 365 is a different offering. http://office.com
The app is their to view and to do quick changes, you have to use the online app to get full capabilities. 
Google Docs supports graphs, where did you hear otherwise?
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