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 But... but... this is "the most personal product Apple has ever made." I don't want to buy something that some one else had touching their body parts..." Who knows, they may even been a different race... or, God forbid, even...you know...queer or something! /s
The maps data was one thing Nokia held out specifically during the sale of shit to MS. Maybe they were trying to leverage it during the sale and got stuck with it. If it has any real value, it is the map's reputation with European smart phone users.   Apple has moved a long way down the road fleshing out their own maps. The time to dangle this in front of Apple may have long since passed. As an American I can't see any benefit, but I do understand Europeans have a...
Few people read the tech reviews directly. They get better coverage when a major media outlet picks up the story and repeats the gist of the review. However, with luxury products tech reviews mean little compared to "yuppy" factor. Six month to a year out some fashionista will be in a terrible accident and be crying over his crushed Beemer. Someone will run up to them and tell them they have a lot more to cry over as they are missing their whole left arm... the fashionista...
You will never be one of the beautiful people if you keep lurking under that rock...
Keep in mind that T-Mobile or Sprint needs to work well in whatever area you generally habituate. For me, neither service has good coverage in my area, so I'd suffer from not being able to make calls, or have a lot of dropped calls.Finally Google doesn't seem to be committed to any specific business model (other then monetizing search) for more then a few years. So if Google pisses off AT&T or Verizon and those carriers stop selling or supporting Google-branded phones,...
I'm happy that Apple has such a high regard in the public's eye, it's a two-thumbs-up achievement that cost money, but it's not something that money can buy. By being so forward-looking is proof that Apple is in business for the long haul...after all, if a company doesn't take the proper steps today, there won't exist a viable population for its products 50 years or more in the future. Also, Apple's investment in solar and wind energy today will make them more...
I can't even imagine how much her job at apple has grown in complexity and scale over the last 14 years. That she rode it out this long is amazing! I hope she isn't leaving because she was passed over for Cotton's old position.
I'm sure those screen shots were a lot better quality before being pasted into this article, however a "click on to view actual size" would have been nice -- as it is right now a person wouldn't be interested buying an Watch with the face of the watch seemingly highly pixelilated and hard to read...
It's not wealth that is the factor here, it's being a "name."I don't know when this began, but I do remember the influence the Beatles had at the peak of their debute. The boots they wore, the jackets they were seen in, even their choice of haircuts made an impact on the public's choices. This is still going on but in a more defused way. Famous icons drive markets.
No you don't. But you know how to emulate one.
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