This could be a great thing as much of their mall etc data is way off. As it could also improve iOS accessibility functions. Imagine Siri being able to not only guide someone to a building but also to an actual store or office.
It may not have been shot and edited by Apple but it was made with their good graces. Steve would never have shown it at WWDC without script approval and final edit. Too many reporters to diss over it at an event like WWDC
Apple's cheap tricks were so much better. Although that really should have been live. Like the whole ad campaign, that video wasn't saying anything that the press wasn't saying. They were panning Vista and pointing out the hundreds, especially businesses, that stayed on XP. The press were panning the Zune. And so on Even the shutting down comment wasn't original. It was likely a dig at the Michael Dell statement.
Almost certainly. They would have established beforehand what he would and would not answer and either they set this whole thing up or at least that bit of 'schtick'. Although it was super awkward so I'm guessing it wasn't supposed to play like that. It's possible, for example, that the CEO was just told he'd be asked about Nokia in general and not that specific phone and he got frazzled by it and didn't just calmly say something like. 'In the interests of protecting...
My guess is that its going to turn out that it only works in those folks that keep skipping to add security questions to their account, haven't turned in two step etc.
In other words, those that give a damn about their security will be fine
This is my issue with the universal apps. I don't want some big bloated app that eats up a ton of storage space because it has graphics for every possible variation. I think it should be how they do video, you pay once and there's separate iPhone, iPad, etc versions. Grab the one you want. or like how Temple Run Oz did it. I got the app and when I first fired it up it detected I had it on a retina iPad and asked if I'd like to get the HD assets.
Not so much. The issue the courts had wasn't that Windows was popular etc. it was that Microsoft tried to use that popularity to force an unrelated product on the OEMs. A web browser, despite MS claims, is not a vital part of an OS such that only one can be used. As yet MS was telling them that they add to out Internet Explorer and only IE on all machines or suffer being ejected out of the OEM licensing program for life. Plus they tried to deny developer needed...
This is a step in the right direction but they just need to let us pay that $15-20 via the app rather than in our bill. Putting it with our Internet bill means there could still be lock out if say TimeWarner decides not to offer this version and you have to have cable
And for those that prefer to own put the eps on sale within the week and make pricing more reasonable. Sorry HBO and Showtime but your shows are not so awesome that they justify the $3.99-5.99 you want to...