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No, by your own evident admission, the only point it bolsters is the potential for commercial damage done to Apple via the unethical publication of pictures of an alleged prototype that could be one variant amongst many. My company habitually made and field tested multiple iterations of prototypes before settling on a production model. Members of staff were selected to use prototypes in the field and file reports on performance, functionality, etc. I doubt Apple are any...
Well, I haven't been to the Gizmodo site to read the full story. I wouldn't want their trash in my cache. How far is Infinity Loop/Apple campus from this bar? He couldn't pay them a visit and drop it off at the reception? And if he was too indifferent to take it to Apple he could always have dropped it in at his nearest police station or Apple store. Stop making up excuses for these people.
You were saying?http://news.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/hi/te...0/10083480.stm It's all over the UK news.
Firstly, how many people lose their iPhone's, iPod,s etc.? Does a person who has found such a lost item ever call the manufacturer who made the product? If the finder did call Apple did he make clear that the iPhone he had in his possession was not a production unit. i.e., it had none of the features of the iPhone's retailed version? What prompted the finder to contact Gizmodo rather than hand it straight in to the police? If Gizmodo believed this to be genuine prototype,...
I don't get it. You fanatics....This is like breaking into your parents or partners wardrobe to rip the wrapping and peek at a present way before the day. What do you get out of it? A celebratory day with a present you knew you were going to get. Pointless. Gizmodo should be castigated for spoiling a fun day and impropriety. I feel for the bloke who left it at the bar. He must have been going through hell. If Gizmodo knew they had a prototype did they have...
Grrr... Just slow down on the breeding you complete morons! A couple dozen children will probably use more CO2 in their lifetimes than all the iPads Apple will ever sell.
Yep. Really, really pathetic for a multi-media and graphics desktop computer. PC cards have OpenGL 4.0 support with nvidia Fermi GPU's as of now and Windows users have DirectX 11 as an option. What is Apple playing at?
Please, please please, everyone start collectively wishing that Apple have changed the cheese-grater design for something a little less IKEA kitchenware. I have always hated the awkward incongruity of that ugly chunk of metal. MoBo's with Crossfire? SLI? Game companies are starting to look at Apple, now Mac gamers have to believe Apple are designing future Macs with better upgradability options especially in the GPU department. Oh, I just woke up.
Utterly underwhelming.
Yes, here too. My EVGA 285GTX performs like a muzzled dog (on a leash).
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