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 Haha, I like how you think!
 Management are the only ones who know where the bodies are buried...
 Uncle Fester blew away a decade of market lead in which Apple moved from a pimple on Fester's ass to a bleeding boil on his nose, and you say MS doesn't worry too much? There's a reason that Win 7 is the most installed MS OS, and Fester and Friends aren't worried? In 2007 MS got woke up with the iPhone and despite eight years of effort, the MS phone is STILL not a finished product. I'd be more then worried. MS once had every IT manager firmly in their pocket 10 years ago...
 See, you're thinking like a considerate person. What would spoil the joy of owning an watch is witnessing assholes keeping their "always on" display showing all the time. "Look at meeee! I have an watch!"
I agree with you, but I didn't clarify as I was thinking of entry-level configurations as that's how most pricing is set...
Low skilled workers couldn't do what the line workers at Foxxcom do. It's a misconception that drones can do what worker bees do. Robots can work tirelessly and accurately but require highly skilled and educated people to set up and service. Finally, let's discuss worker productivity. The Chinese line worker has a great incentive to be productive as there are thousands of potential replacement milling around outside waiting for them to fall down on the job. The less said...
I think the Pro's price can't realistically exceed the price of a MBA. So. I'm guessing $895.
It means flying chairs at Microsoft and musical chairs at HP (again). In enterprise the money's in the services, but to get the services you need to provide the hardware (in this case servers) that meet the customers' demands. Cisco is going to make their hardware (and OS) more responsive to Apple's iOS devices, similar in what IBM is doing, although IBM is providing services beyond their own hardware, and including services on/for iOS devices. The net effect is that major...
I thought about that when apple named it a "watch" at the time because showing the time is such a small part of what the device does for the user. I finally decided it was a strategic naming so Apple could better smooze the fashion industry and set their product apart from the Android crowd from the get-go.Doing so is more of a long term strategy and should pay off — from the looks of it, the "me too" competitors aren't even going to pretend to be in the fashion business...
I think AppleInsider is remiss in calling this an iOS exploit, like, I'm sure, the other less informed media outlets will do as well.iOS does not, nor will allow this exploit. It is the "no-longer-iOS" devices that allow this and AI shouldn't be adding to the FUD by sloppily reporting this as iOS.
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