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"High end" doesn't really mean anything on its own, it has to stand for the high end of something.  I think generally when people say "high end" they mean "high end of the price range", though there's probably also an implicit "high end end of the quality spectrum" in there too.
That's uncalled for Dan, Relic was reacting mostly to Apple][s rant, not your article. All the same, your uncontroversial facts don't really say much of any importance, and have little relevance to a site called AppleInsider.
In the top menu hold the select button for a few seconds to put the AppleTV to sleep.  Roku... I have no idea.
Here, a picture of B&W and Beats together.  These are actually the P3s, but they're around the same size as the P5s, just a bit less premium in the materials.  I'd say the B&Ws are a little smaller than the Beats (Solo1, I think?).  
Nah, the P5s aren't large and bulky at all, they're pretty small compared to most.  And though I'm not a great fan of the leather band, the cans themselves are pretty cool     The P7s are more suited to studio/home listening, the P3s and P5s are very much on the go phones.  The P3s fold in and the P5s twist flat.  The P7s fold in as well, so not really sure why the P5s don't.
http://recode.net/2014/04/04/internal-apple-document-shows-worries-iphone-growth-could-stall/
So un-updateable devices that have forked off from the main branch of Google-supported Android won't get an update from Google?  Why do you think Google would/should care?  Amazon made their choice here, let them patch their own subOS.  Likewise for the Chinese devices. Dressing these forks up as a Google issue is grasping for criticism. Is it even possible to get around Google Play Services by using "the core vulnerability directly" or are you just making stuff up?
Man, you're really driving that joke into the ground aren't you?  It was funny once.
I have the P7s, and while they sound good I wouldn't wear them outside the house; they've very large.
In the past, Apple had never spent more than $1bn on an acquisitionToday, Apple have spent $3bn on Beats. Maybe the impact on the books is the only thing different about this acquisition, but given the scale of the difference, I don't think many would be surprised if other differences are on the cards. Many people think a large part of the value in this deal is the consumer brand value, something that has never really been true with an Apple acquisition before.  Throwing...
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