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The answer is for Apple to up the ante and employ teams of staff to permanently monitor all staff welfare/conditions and environmental impact. They have a surplus of money and the means to do so. Perhaps their mantra should be Don't be evil...Ever.
Seriously, I don't want to be taken seriously. This is a Mac forum on the WWW.  Just keep putting funny little animated icons at the end of your sentences and then the readership will know to take your comments seriously.   Meanwhile, all the components in PC land available to engineers exist today in sufficiency to make the new (old) Mac Pro truly a thing of the past.
Given this is a thread about the next Mac Pro my comment obviously has absolutely nothing to do with the topic. I was referring to faeries.
2013 for a new Mac Pro? What's this recent CPU update, a liver transplant? Lies, all lies. The Mac Pro is dead. Tim just can't own up to it. ASUS can put out several motherboard iterations in less than a year. Maybe Apple have a solitary school leaver working on the next gen Pro.
Apple ended the moment Jobs died.
43 will do this, 36 will do that 197 will twiddle thumbs....   These are not numbers significant enough to register on the Appleometer.
Opera is no substitute for Safari in iOS but Safari is a heap of junk and needs exterminating. It has turned internet browsing into a clunky, pot-holed road.
One day Apple will use a decent encryption algorithm. What they currently offer is not just good enough. We're being weaned off internal data storage to cloud (storms) and I don't predict any silver in the lining of Apples' feeble offering. They really need to grasp this by the horns and develop their OS and hardware to become the industry benchmark for end-user security.   Delayed software updates, chewing-gum an' 'lastic bands just aint a solution in the 21st Century.
I'm pretty sure The MOSSAD would have accessed those long ago.
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