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B.S.... the shameful part is you are throwing numbers out your backside.Even more, Samsung "Gear" crapwatches had a pathetically high return rate.  Adding salt to the wound, they were giving away (i.e. because no one would buy that crap) "smartwatch" when one would purchase their flat-screens.  You hearing that?  Samsung resorted to GIVING AWAY their watches.  It's very convenient for you to forget those little tidbits of Scamsung...
So Apple sold more on opening day than all that Android crap did in one year? So where is that keyboard-attorney Brlawyer and his troll-boys?  He sounded so confident while thumping his Internet chest that the watch would be a dismal failure.  Well?
Nope.  The Safari browser (or any browser) will gladly take you to any porn site you to satisfy every fetish that you so desire.I do not want the app store looking like Bangkok's Red Light District.  Don't care how you want to label me for that, but porn does not belong in the app store.
Those jacka$$es should be grateful for having Apple as their R&D department.  Seriously.
Funny... What the Android smartwatch segment considers "sales", for Apple, it would be a rounding-error.They could give it away for free, and pay may sales-tax and I still would not use such garbage.
*whew*  Thank goodness it's available in San Francisco!  I was getting worried for a moment... /s
I don't get your hate for Yosemite.  I'm curious what your lingering "real" issues are with Yosemite.  I think Apple is doing the right thing by not supporting older OS'es.  Heck, as far as I'm concerned, it would be the equivalent of Microsoft being expected to support WindowsXP right now too.  Not going to happen.  Adapt and move on or stay stuck in your outdated OS slumber.Now don't get me wrong, I loved Snow Leopard. It was (for me) rock solid and everything worked....
Nope.  This is dealing with the desktop OS.  So if anything, it would be compared to Windows which as far as I'm concerned I would never use for my day-to-day computing needs.  
I'm 50-50 on this.  If Apple wants to implement the ban, go ahead.  If they want to give felons a chance to contribute to society, so bit it as well.  I trust that Apple knows better than I would. People that have been released from prison obviously need a chance to rebuild their life.  They made a mistake, they did their time, so give them a chance.  I'm cool with that. Not all felonies are equal though. I certainly wouldn't want someone that was convicted of murder,...
I know it's all about consumer choice, but why would anyone with an iPhone even want to attempt using such trash as an Android watch?
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