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I am tired of hearing Eric whine ... he needs to focus on Google. If I were him, I would take the advice Steve Jobs gave him. Do fewer things better. Google is trying to be everything to everyone. I expect them to be the next Microsoft in that respect and they may end up being a mediocre company. Is that what Eric wants?
Cables ... we don't need no stinking cables.
Once again ... we see Apple being Apple and thinking different. Of course people matter, and Steve giving Ive this freedom shows just how close they must have been in their thinking. Good for them ... perhaps we'll see Ive up on stage with the iPhone 5.
I find it unbelievable that Dell would just show up. Surely he would have been invited by Apple management or the family of Steve.
I agree ... i'm just astonished at the connection ... I have a really fine toaster oven, well made and designed, but I hardly feel same about that as I do with my iStuff.
It remains astonishing to me how a company and a leader of that entity can design and build something that people get so attached to. I am included in this ... as if the device has become part of us in some way. Perhaps it is. It's used to communicate and learn, two of the fundamental aspects of being human. They become extensions of the human experience. May Steve rest in peace of course, and he did have a positive impact on many ... but we are all a bunch of...
Not correct.
It seems likely that the management knew Steve was close to passing ... so a live feed would have just added to the potential for a very dramatic scene.
This guy is just upset that he is no longer the distribution channel ... if he focuses on good content, it will get distributed to a wide audience by Apple and others. Quit whining.
It's not a misstep ... as noted, cramming 2 chips in the phone would not have worked. Further, Apple was not pressed to release a redesigned phone. One thing Apple usually does right is making the technology changes as the right time. I hope they are working on redefining TV ... which is the next killer app.
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