What the h*ll is Apple waiting to buy Yahoo! ?
Apple's webservices aren't good enough, and instead of building an all new infrastructure they should save money and precious time by buying Yahoo!
It's a no-brainer....
Actionable notifications - Good
Quick toggles for settings - Really Good
Choice of default app for a given action - Cool
Widgets - Memory Hogs
NFC - We're not there yet
Sharing from one app to any other app that can share - Some apps do that
Drag and drop files over USB - USB? Give me a break
Android had better cloud syncing - True
Android has better notifications - True
Android has better maps - ...out the box. True
Android has a feature that allows you to see what apps...
The shadow of 12 is 5, so:
12+5 = 17; 1+7 = 8
1+2+5 = 8
It'll be called iPhone 8. Why not? 8 major features, the same 8 megapixels, 8mm depth, 8 is like ∞ infinite loop, 8 types of conectivity (wifi,edge,3g,4g,bluetooth,UMTS,HSDPA,HSUPA), 8 is a common divider of the device capacity (8, 16, 32, 64 GB's), the same 8 hours of talk time on 3g, 8 sensors (4 new), 8 is double of 4 so is twice as good as the 4S...
Apple is just the point of sale, the sue doesn't proceed against Apple, it is against record companies and movie studios (in movie cases). Regarding apps, everybody knows licensing is the model since Bill Gates invented it. So, I'm with Willis, if I paid for it the it should be mine and I should do whatever I like with it, but isn't Apple's fault that's the industry. Now…. Apple should let people give, pass or gift anything they have bought to another account. Say you what...
This "analysis" based on inside info does not convert any of these guys (Paczkowski, Dalrymple and Gruber) in gurus or prophets, it was obvious that Apple would make two events if iPad Mini and iPhone were to be released this year. Also there are a lot of product updates that can't be shown in one single event for a lot of reasons that go from too much in one event to a mix of products that don't mix and match well to make a focused event.
It is obvious that Apple must...
It isn't inevitable to use it. In fact, I almost forgot about the Twitter integration in Mountain Lion because the system didn't show me that, didn't give me any advice to use it. Just when I was exploring the System Preferences I found it and remember it.I'm not a big fan of Facebook, I just use it to have some fun and share some jokes. I'm 99% sure I'll again deactivate my account one of these days (that time forever), but I don't see why so much complain and why bashing...