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That's not really Apple's fault, content-wise. It has everything to do with the agreement between Apple and the content providers. If the providers (big media) doesn't want to offer content outside of the USA then they won't allow it. And the ATV isn't the only STB that is in this boat.As for App Store..,I hear ya. However if an App Store is in the works, what would you suggest it carry? And how do you do the UI for apps? You can Airplay you iOS device to the ATV and...
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One of the many who agree with you. The computers app is redundant. It *should be* like any other Apple iOS device. You put in your Apple ID and it syncs all your data on your Mac. Photos, podcasts, TV shows, movies, music should all be an extension of your Mac or Apple ID account. Not to mention the nam "computers" suggestion you could have multiple computers connected and searchable simultaneously. Bit no, it doesn't. You have to sign out of one and sign in with...
There is a way.:http://support.apple.com/kb/HT3176What I wish is for the remote to control volume and TV input..
Yes robots would help keep production costs down if Apple were to bring full production back to the USA. That would be nice to see, but you're also going to get push-back from Apple haters and politicians saying robots take away good paying jobs from skilled laborers ready and willing to do that work. But I would love to see more production in the US.However, that would be kind of a slap in the face to china. A country that Apple needs to keep happy since that population...
I totally wouldn't doubt a word you said. I would add as conjecture that I see this also as a way for China government to hide behind that perhaps they want to limit the amount of iPhones due to their stellar privacy and not because of it's modest opt-in/out nature. Perhaps they've tried to hack I phones for "privacy issues" and haven't been successful either. I have no doubt if iOS was as vulnerable to hacking as Android and Windows mobile, they would have said nothing....
The headline is changed.  Happy?Really I can see a very practical use for Apple to have a dedicated Maps website here, maybe Apple doesn't see it but I do and many others like me.  Lots of people work in offices that use PCs.  For many PC users, Chrome is the best browser for the Windows platform.  Regardless of browser though a dedicated URL for Apple Maps is a sure-fire way to get more crowdsourced data and another way to get more Non-Apple Users into their platform.
agreed, but there is a case to be made for the 5.5" screen.  Perhaps not that big a demand in the US or other "western" markets, but in the "East" where the phone is most people's ONLY computing device, bigger the better.  Not to mention people who want the biggest screen on a phone possible due to vision and/or accessibility issues.
Still no rumors if they will keep the 4" design. I'm guessing they will keep the 5s and 5c designs as previous models at a slightly lower price-point, but i'd love to see the iPhone go all-new with 3 sizes: small~3.5" Medium~4.7" Large~5.5" Personally, i found the 4" design too much of a compromise for single-handed use.  3.5" was the best (imo).  Of course everyone has different hand sizes and opinions...this is mine.  I could never comfortably reach the top-row...
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