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For $99 you get very limmited hardware and the opportunity to pay through the nose for monthly content. It'll be like having cable TV, but you'll need another $99 piece of hardware.
Meh, who cares? I have a Mac, I like it, and I don't care if people switch or not. I think it's kind of a waste of MS's money to even bother acknowledging Mac's as competition. MS already dominates the market and will for a long time to come. MS should have spent their anti-Mac campaign dollars on building Office for Mac or something instead.
This is just more pathetic buzz created by Apple fanboys. I love my Apple computers, but that doesn't make me an idiot like most other Apple consumers.
Probably not. But then again he might not care since his desktops are based on Intel offerings anyways.
Still, I am happy with my really cheap and inferior cables and accessories...
I'd gladly play a little with my money to find an alternative to Apple's overpriced cables and accesories. I don't mind paying $3 for a cable that works with only two of my three battery back-ups for my iPhoe instead of an Apple approved $30 accesory. I don't mind paying $15 for a charging cable for my Macbook when Apple's version lasts 1 year and their replacement offer is $80 bucks. Apple is not looking out for its consumers, it's looking out for its own interests...
This will go the same way as that overpriced web cam Apple made years back. Doomed to fail.
Nothing like some aptly timed PR!
I'll pay full price thank you.
Good luck Apple. Seems like you haven't been able to produce a single hardware or software product in the past 10 years that hasn't had major flaws. Your software upgrades break as many things as they fix most times. I am a huge Apple fan, but time and experience has taught me never to be an early software update adopter when it comes to Apple; and that all Apple hardware releases come with serious defects when they are first released. Knowing the news media and...
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