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What I do to clean the display is simply spot-clean with a damp to very mildly wet cloth, and just very *gently* rub only small areas that show dirt or spots under reflected light. I do this for a large Sammy LCD display as well as for my early 2008 MacBook Pro's display. If I need to get close to the edges I only use a mildly damp cloth and just gently drag it around. All this is to say that's it's usually a bad idea to do full-on wipes with wet cloths, especially at...
Don't fret, it's nothing new. http://www.slashgear.com/yup-apples-new-if-you-dont-have-an-iphone-campaign-is-out-17140610/ It works.
Macs ride out every storm. Been this way for over a decade. 
Pages is great at what it does: the hybrid word processing/dtp component of Apple's "works" suite.    ClarisWorks, for instance, comes to mind. I chose its writing component over a full-blown word processor every time. Worked beautifully.    And these days I choose Pages for the same reasons that many others do.   If you want a full-blown word processor that doesn't look and work like ass, Mellel is your made-for-the-mac choice. In fact, as a purist's word processor,...
 Windows Phuneral.
It wasn't just Ballmer's doing. Satya inherited the foundation laid by Gates, which just played out very naturally under Ballmer.    Microsoft has always been a dog of a company. ALWAYS.   When they weren't busy shoving bad software into cheap junk-boxes, they were busy stealing from Apple (and doing it poorly)* and holding back the rest of the industry from any sort of meaningful innovation.    Those who care about what they're doing don't license their product to...
"Collapsing sales" here means destroying the competition in this space almost overnight and ruling it as the de facto choice.   if there's an issue (i.e., lack of interest), it's not an Apple Watch issue, it's a smartwatch segment issue. That much is clear. 
Yep, something like that.Windows Phone was DOA the moment it was released in 2010. In true MS (and more specifically, zune-like) fashion, they hung on to a loser product for AGES.Forever zuning it.
I agree on the cell network point, though.
     You mean (something like) this: "They do have the right to do what they just did: pull support from an older version. They could go even further and block old versions from accessing cellular and Internet services. I don't think they would do so, but if a bad enough exploit existed they could. So much of the iPhone's functionality lives on the network now." ​I could see a situation where that's legit.  
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