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It may be sensationalism, but it's necessary in the furthering process of deifying Steve Jobs. Your grandchildren will come and ask you what it was like to live in the time when Steve Jobs walked the Earth slaying sweaty Blue Meanies who lumbered too and fro in the Land of Redmond... "What was it like in the Past before iDevices," your grandchildren will ask? And they will sit patiently as you tell them of a time before Beige Boxes when the Sugar Water Man drove Steve Jobs...
HA! And it will get only worse this year when Samsung and all the other Goog minions start lining up at the checkout counters and wake up to the ever-widening security gap between Apple and Google's craptastic SW & HW. Can you say, "trillion-dollar class-action suit?" I knew that you could.
This points up one thing about Apple that the rest of the world just can't grock... Apple will build something out onto current platforms, and competition will go, "Why, that's stupid, who needs 64-bit?" By the time it becomes evident "why" this or that, it's too late to catch up to Apple once again... Apple now has an installed base of well over over 100 million iPhones and iPads capable of doing Pay... all many of them need is an Watch to link to complete the...
Gee, that was a long time ago. Wasn't Eric Schmidt still on Apple's board back then and one of the most diligent note takers on record. I think Lollypop is an appropriate version for Google to back out of a commitment to encrypt everything... after all it's a SUCKER. Bhuhahaha!This is gonna be good this year with Pay getting into full gear, Google will be trying to line up their minions at the checkout counters without their little blue overalls as cover as they "assume...
...And this is how good marketing works.You don't want a truck and have no need for one. You certainly live where you don't have any possible use for 4WD...but you keep seeing these ads for trucks and these brawny men driving them like they were on a test track, or up a rugged mountain side, and by golly, it looks like fun... Before you know it, you're behind the wheel of an impractical gas-guzzler driving through suburbia and you have no idea how you were manipulated to...
These were likely non-functional watches that could present a couple displays, or the watch face was photoshopped into the photo later. The latter is most plausible.
...and then he closes him demo by showing the Liquid Metal watch bouncing all over the display table...How could anyone resist that pitch!
Everything you said makes sense, but Apple is able to pull hats out of a rabbit (and not harm the rabbit). Remember speculation leading up to the Keynote on the iPad expected it to cost upward to $1200. Apple's disruption was the $499 price point. I suspect you're pricing estimates to be accurate, however Apple is setting up expectation in advance with various tiny clues, but it may all be misdirection too.
 What I cant quite figure out is why this GPU was announced at all. If Apple was planning on using this in a product, it would be hidden under that Apple Cone of Silence until then. Even Imagination's ability to make such a GPU ordinarily would be cloaked... This doesn't make sense to me...?
Wrong-o! Plus this story is not about the events running at the exact same time, it's all about the 800 pound absent gorilla and what Apple may announce shortly after this event. Apple spends no money advertising or attending the Mobile World Congress, yet everyone is talking about them - more possibly than if they were in attendance. The MWC has been promoted for months and Apple throws out a press release a couple weeks before their even... it's no coincidence, it's...
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