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I guess I would give your post some validity if I knew that A) you were a health professional; B) that you had given TC A thorough examination; and C) you weren't making some wild observation based on one photo. You sound like a troll.
Why all the hate on Tim? Steve hand picked him after years of observation (so as not to repeat the Sculley mistake). Steve entrusted the company to him when he was sick in 2011 and by all measures Tim Cook has done well. Future innovation? That remains to be seen of course. But bear in mind, not everything Steve touched turned to gold. There were missteps and misfires with him too. Concern trolls gotta be concerned I guess.
Despite what Anandtech and CR reported, I would rather go with what public opinion was and not measured by "squeaky wheels who get the grease" in the media. About how many phones were returned because of the antenna issue? 98%? 99%? 100?% Not even close, because it wasn't that big of an issue. There may have been a measurable issue with the antenna, but the consumers who bought it and use it on a daily basis, for the most part had no problem with it.
Daniel Day-Lewis.
Let's just say they get past it's still in beta, how are hey going to prove damages? "It took longer to get to Sana Cruz so we wasted gas." "I paid too much for my guitar!"
Ugh, I could have done without the life-size photo of Meg. That grosses me out.
Agreed. And no one like Steve to motivate people and get them to believe in the products that they are creating as he could.
So here we are again. The obligatory faux crises are back. Let's see we have overheated-battery-gate and now wifi gate. Still trying to knock the wind out of Appe's sales. And as before, nothing will. For the record, I have had mine since Sunday and have had zero problems other than that it has taken a lot of my time. Certainly more so than the iPad2. By the way love the voice dictation now. Have dictated this entire message. Too cool!
Some guy at Slashgear went off on the notion that he could ever give up his Xbox 360 in favor of an iDevice. That no "serious" or "hardcore" gamer could either. I just think that this guy is stuck in his paradigm that he can't consider anything else. This is the kind of paradigm that Steve Jobs (RIP) loved to crush to open a new market and sell more gadgets and reap profit. Truly a way to "Think Different".
My nephew is an industrial design major at SJSU and is an Apple hater to boot. But he worships Jony Ive. In fact, I believe he said that Ive is virtually a god amongst his classmates.
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