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$647k? That's like Tim Cook's lunch money. Won't even be a blip on Apple's radar.
OH HELL NO! I've been a happy T-Mobile customer for 5 years. There's no way I'm going to let that evil leech of a company, Comcast, become my cell provider. I'll switch to Sprint before I let that happen.
Nonsense. What Wall Street expects is something Twitter has never generated: Profit.Despite its popularity, Twitter has always been a money losing venture. No company can bleed cash forever and survive.
Try not mouthing off about things you know absolutely nothing about, for a change.
Yeah, like you have a clue what you're talking about.
It's entirely fitting that the new campus should have Steve Jobs' name on it. It was his brainchild and he was instrumental in getting the Cupertino city council to approve its construction.
I had to chuckle when I read "the infamous non-reversible Type-A connector". It's a conundrum so trivial I'm not sure it even qualifies as a First World problem. That said, I like USB-C and think it offers some real benefits. However, I also think Apple tossed the baby out with the bath water when they decided to ditch the Magsafe power connector. Magsafe has prevented falls for my Mac laptops on more than one occasion and I'm sorry Apple couldn't find it in their hearts...
Well, we'll check back in three years and see how many version 1.0 Apple Watches are still in use. I'll guess very few indeed. The other part of your statement is just flat out moronic. As if the only things Google and Microsoft make are crappy Android tablets.
If they have any sense they won't want to try. If Apple wants to be a maker of expensive fashion gadgets that will be collecting dust in a drawer within a few years, good for them. Those other companies have more interesting, important and useful things to do.
There was a time, long long ago, when Apple exercised leadership. Apple was the cutting edge of operating system design. Others looked to what Apple was doing and sought to imitate them. How times have changed. Apple is no longer a leader. The decline started in the last years of Steve Jobs, when his illness began to distract him. They have since morphed into a spineless sycophant, desperately clinging to a "me too" design philosophy that seeks to capitalize on whatever...
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