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I agree. And if consumers don't like Apple's policy they can vote with their wallets and buy an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. Thing is, that very few if any people are doing that. Apple is selling these devices (minus the iPad since it's not out yet) like hot cakes. General consumers don't seem to care that the 'beloved' Flash isn't supported. Apple has given the public a choice and they are choosing to forego Flash.
I couldn't agree more. It's good to see someone else saying it because I was beginning to think I was the only one who could care less for a web cam on an iPad. Are people really going to be more comfortable video conferencing from their couch than a desk? If so wouldn't we see at least a bit of that interest from all the notebooks and netbooks with web cams? This is a feature people want just for the sake of saying it's there more than there being any real use for...
Remember the uproar about Cut and Paste not being on the iPhone? So many people claimed the device was sub-par without it, practically unusable. Now that Apple has updated the OS to include Copy and Paste, no one seems to care that it's there or even to be using it much. In fact, I now routinely hear complaints from users that the pop up is annoying and gets in their way. I highly suspect the negativity about Flash and Multi-tasking will prove to be every bit as...
OK, this is a small thing but it's annoying me. Apple's suite of office apps is called iWork singular - not plural as I've seen in all through out this thread. OK? And to those saying iWork is not a replacement for Office, I completely disagree. I've been using iWork exclusively since it was offered and I don't find I miss much of anything from Office. I haven't had Office on a Mac for three years or so. There is a very compelling argument for home users to...
If AT&T's troubles were as drastic as they are represented online then we wouldn't be seeing the exceptional sales of the iPhone. Unless of course we are a nation of masochists. I'm not saying AT&T has is trouble free but I have a very tough time believing their troubles are as frequent as some people claim. Would Americans really continue to buy a $200 product that was unusable? Personally, I started out with AT&T with the original iPhone and had a few dropped calls...
Have you not noticed that the iTunes Store has had weekly new free content for years now? Free music. Free albums. Free TV shows. Free Movies. Every week. Apple even offers free apps (their own) for the iPhone and iPod Touch. I'm not mentioning podcasts since Apple themselves don't offer much in that arena, but there are hundreds of free shows (audio and video) to check out. To claim that Apple doesn't offer free content on iTunes, you're either not using iTunes at...
Why should anyone pay more for heavy use? It doesn't cost AT&T any more money to service someone who downloads 20GB of data in a month than someone who only downloads 1GB. The highway still has to be there no matter the amount of usage by a few people. Charging more for usage is just gouging and make the majority fear using their device.
So long Psystar and good riddance.
AT&T has slightly more coverage (3G and EDGE) than Verizon does. AT&T has been and continues to invest millions in expanding their 3G coverage. Verizon rejected the iPhone when Apple first came calling. The maps in the ads only show 3G coverage. AT&T coverage today is leagues better than when the iphone 3G first came out. Why doesn't Verizon invest in updading it's network to a worldwide standard instead of a finicky proprietary one?
Of course you could just sort by album before this fix. But good to see you don't need to anymore.
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